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Thursday Poll: Your Current Phone is?

Since another major phone has been released, I’d say it is time to ask the readers of this fabulous community what they are currently rockin’. In the last 2 months, we saw Verizon introduce 3 of the top Android phones ever made in the Rezound, RAZR and Galaxy Nexus. And since this also happened to be the time that millions of original DROID owners were coming due on their contracts, we can imagine that at least a few of these “Big 3″ were purchased.

So, which is it?

What is your current phone?

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  • Anonymous

    tinyurl.ie/7fb

  • Andrew Elliott

    Love my GNex but im having some serious 4g issues.  Best I’ve come up with is 9Mbps sitting next to a thunderbolt that is pullin 14Mbps.  They need to address this asap

  • Dacatalyst41

    LOVE MY NEXUS!!! Real Talk…but….Verizon is lying about the connectivity issues. 3G, 4G, and even WIFI drop connections.

  • Anonymous

    No love for the Xperia Play?

  • Nyce2beme

    I want a recount so I can get a nexus and re-vote

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jim-Mcclain/1463591684 Jim Mcclain

    3g and 4g out again in concord , north carolina area

    • dquicknc

      Hey Jim. I have no 4G here in Hamlet, NC. Still waiting on our rollout.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_OCRSWQA44D5DAOEOWAI6MRC7EM Langston

    @readers:disqus my classmate’s mom makes $72 every hour on the internet. She has been unemployed for 3 months but last month her paycheck was $8728 just working on the internet for a few hours….Show More

  • Anonymous

    GNex FTW! Awesome! I didn’t know that it would be that lopsided, wow!

  • Anonymous

    Still with the original Droid.  I am not a power user like most of you.  I have never rooted.  If it had more on board memory it would continue to be fine for me.  I blogged a hike of the Appalachian Trail with it in 2010.  I like following all you Android enthusiasts and will probably go for the Droid 4 when it is finally released.

  • Anonymous

    Just curious…….ran quadrant a minute ago and came in at 1453………..my charge was running faster. For those with vanilla experience. Is this something to worry about?

    I know quadrant is not always an end all, I just expected it to outperform the charge!

    • Anonymous

      Talking about running it on the GN?

      If so, that app is not optimized for 4.0 yet.

      • Anonymous

        That is my thought, but does that matter? quadrant is just testing processor speed…..it shocked me!

        **** yes on gnex and quadrant standard app

        • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001805990120 Mike Røuche

          yeah it matters

      • Anonymous

        another fanboy rationalization for an inferior product

        • Anonymous

          Rather be that than a troll who goes to a Android site to bitch…

          Sorry you fail at life.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Lani-Fleming/835028956 Lani Fleming

    Still loyal to my D2 and my son still has OrigDroid but we both would have had Droid4′s today but as we now know Big Red went and pissed all us loyal physical keyboard users off last night….CAN YOU TELL I’M STILL PISSED so much for my xmas present

  • Ybdri

    Nexus FTW!!!

  • Anonymous

    WOW! Everyone dumped their OG for a Nexus. 

    (I’m not trying to start a flame war please don’t troll I’m just looking at the numbers)

  • Djlowproz

    Still on the OG Droid too broke to upgrade to the Galaxy Nexus

  • DJ PWN_3

    oh yeah baby, original X in the top 4!!!!

    • John

      slowly falling =P

      • Anonymous

        In a bit of irony, I am going to return my RAZR and fire my DX back up. 2nd time I am stepping down from a 4G device. So “add one for the X and lose one for the RAZR. :)

  • BiGMERF

    gsm gnex here

  • Cnorris43

    OG DROID for a little longer…. No Funding for a little while but Nexus is next.

  • Sharonfadale

    Samsung Galaxy. POS

  • Anonymous

    1 week ago it was OG, now it’s GNex. Already wondering what my next phone will be capable of in two years…

  • http://twitter.com/DustinG18045 Dustin Gerlach

    Why isn’t DX with ICS on that list?!

  • Edwin M

    I did until about a month ago.

  • http://twitter.com/jeff3yan Jeffrey Yan

    iPhone 4S and Galaxy Nexus sitting on my desk :D

    • Anonymous

      Best of both worlds huh??? I just can not go back to ios………lol

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001805990120 Mike Røuche

      wish i had the money to do that >.< lol

    • salto571

      OK SERIOUSLY what do you think between the two. I have been an android fanboy for a long time but got the Droid charge and it was a piece of s*** from the beginning so now im deciding between those two

  • Anonymous

    I know it’s not a Nexus, but I’m really surprised with the lack of love to my current phone, the Rezound. It’s a great phone & once it gets ICS early next year I can’t think of a train to pick the Galaxy Nexus over it. The camera is awesome, beats is great, HD screen with no pin-tile.

    • http://chrisbrownweb.com/ Qnowledge (Dominique)

      I had the Rezound before I got the Nexus, and I kinda miss the camera and screen – but I am loving the Nexus’ overall experience.

      • Anonymous

        Isn’t the only experience right now just being the first to ICS? Not being a smart ass, just my observation. After ICS, the Rezound will then have the same experience but still have a better screen, Beats, and a better camera…. right?

        • http://chrisbrownweb.com/ Qnowledge (Dominique)

          Well, I like fortified glass on the Nexus. From what I read about the Rezound, if you drop the phone on the screen without a protector, it’s the end of your life — and I tend to drop it face first frequently. Plus, I am not one for HTC Sense. There were some things I liked, but overall it was quite annoying. I prefer a stock Android experience that
          doesn’t interfere with the usage of such apps as SwipePad. Also, I missed Swype. The Rezound’s camera is truly the only thing I’ll miss. The extra features were nifty, but I can deal with the Nexus’ camera. I took some photos this morning and was actually more impressed than I had been in my inital usage of the camera. Both phones are great. I intend on buying my mom a Rezound very soon so that she can upgrade from my old Droid X.

          • Anonymous

            Agree on the cameras, the more you mess with it the better it gets. Dude you can get swype http://www.droid-life.com/2011/12/22/swype-now-working-on-galaxy-nexus-thanks-to-modders/

          • http://twitter.com/wh1te_mag1c John Doe

            Qknowledge, you can get SWYPE for the GNex. I’m running it on my GNex LTE with Android 4.0.3

          • http://chrisbrownweb.com/ Qnowledge (Dominique)

            Thanks guys, I actually got it this morning before I made this post. I just was saying I missed it on my Rezound.

        • Anonymous

          Will you have the same experience though? The biggest choice of an android phone to me is the Dev community. Within one week of release, devs are popping up all over the place… or shall I say… coming back to one general device. After the Droid…it hasn’t felt the same. Glad to have the nexus. I “rented” a rezound for a month, which was a great solid device. I still take the nexus over it any day of the week.

        • lol wut

          couple things here… its going to be AGES before that thing gets ICS… look how long it took the thunderbolt to get a working version of gingerbread… and that is an easy upgrade over froyo not and totally revamped OS like ICS. second is the on screen keys will continue to evolve and all phones with softkeys with start to seem ANCIENT

        • Frankers

          GNex also has NFC and isn’t a brick in your hands…

        • Anonymous

          Nope, not the same experience. ICS on the Rezound will be the version of ICS that HTC and Verizon want you to have. It will be skinned with Sense and filled with bloatware. The Nexus will be vanilla – just pure Google Android.

        • Anonymous

          The experience won’t be the same because it will have Sense on it. For better or for worst, HTC will make unique changes to the user experience. And if the update is anything like their past Sense enhancements, it will be a bigger resource hog than ever.  

          • Anonymous

            Kind of sad huh? I actually like a lot that Sense has to offer. (Although I have never bought an HTC phone for myself.) HTC would do themselves a solid if they offered a “vanilla” theme on Sense and just kept it as an alternative option. I liked the ability to change themes on my wifes phone, thought that was cool. One for Home, one for Football sundays, one for the office, etc. Kind of nice.

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    • jake

      I have a rezound and love this bad boy, can’t wait till ICS on this beast.

    • Anonymous

      wish i was more into the gnex , battery life is crazy bad , soesker , camera , display rotation very slow, MTP file xfr is wretched , etc….

      Will either swap for Rezound mid jan or reactivate the droid again and hold out . Bought my wife the Razr and really like it overall over the GNex but no way could i get a device without a removeable battery . It has been a pleasant surprise though with the opposite to be said of the GNex . Let down , after trying the GS2, expected it ajd more from the GN , simply a let down…

      Keepg the GN only for updates and ICS a bit early is a mistake IMHO for a two year commitment to a lackluster device . If it already is questionable , how will it fair thru 2012 and 2013?

      Anyone who thinks the speaker is ok, play a youtube video then compare thru a Razr, Rezound, GS2….
      Also i prefer the razr and gs2 displays , they may not be HD but on a small phone , resolution isnt as important as contrast , colors….

      • Anonymous

        Give the extended battery a try, it is nearly the same size with cover as the stock and has been outlasting what I remember getting on my OG.  I currently am getting around 16-18 hrs of use out of it and I consider myself a pretty heavy user.

        The speaker is a disappointment, volume+ is a decent app that can help that a bit.

        I think the real draw to the gnex is the massive developer support this phone is receiving.  It will be convenient to get timely updates, but Im more excited about what the dev community will do with this phone.

        • Anonymous

          I’m ok w/o the latest updates, in fact i could use the ET4G “as is” for some time – until apps don’t support Gingerbread.

          I find GB much more convenient than ICS – for instance , hitting the menu button in GB and getting to Bookmarks in the browser is much better than in ICS where you have to “work” to get to the same features..

      • Anonymous

        My gnex battery life appears to be improving substantially with a few complete charges/discharges. Also, the extended life battery lasts a good bit longer.It’s only $25 right now too. The camera takes surprisingly good pictures. The pano mode is irresistable! Display rotation is snappy after a reasonable delay. MTP is simply a much more advanced system that makes all of your memory available to apps or storage.

        True, the speaker isn’t loud, but it’s not bad either. The display is simply gorgeous! Size, rez, contrast altogether is more desirable than any other phone.

        On the downside, some of the voice commands don’t work right, Verizon’s 4G LTE has been spotty, and there needs to be a faster way to get to bookmarks (perhaps via the quick control). But, I think these things will be resolved via software OTAs shortly.

        Overall the most desirable phone ever produced.

        • http://transcendingturmoil.tumblr.com/ gaajiwaaih

          Regarding bookmark access, while in the browser hold down the “back” button to pull up the bookmarks. Apologize if you knew this already.

          • Anonymous

            That doesn’t pull up the bookmarks directly. You still have to tap the bookmarks heading after the page pulls up defaulting to history. I want to tap something or use the quick control to pull up the bookmarks in one step, not two.

          • http://transcendingturmoil.tumblr.com/ gaajiwaaih

            True. I’ve been using the bookmark widget, works very well.

        • Anonymous

          I found that if i copy files into the root / base of the internal storage copies work, where if i try to copy into another folder – subfolder , it times out (perhaps Win7 x64 issue or my particular USB chsipset if it doens’t happen to others)
          the battery life i’m hoping improves, so far it’s not but i have only recharged a few times

    • TC Infantino

      Totally agree with you!  For me, the Rezound was the only option for the phone that will be with me for at least the next year, probably closer to two.  The specs for the Rezound are top of the line compared to what is currently out.  The feel of the phone is solid and comfortable. Excellent HD screen, great external speaker sound and volume, and it gets better signal at my house than even my OG Droid did (and that is very important because it is not easy to get signal where I live).  I personally can wait for ICS to come to the Rezound, and I know that there will be a way to root it sometime in the near future.  By the time I am getting tired of the stock Sense 3.5 on the phone is most likely when there will either be root or the upgrade to ICS.  I have no buyers remorse with this phone, and I do not think that those who chose another phone were wrong or mistaken. 

  • Goblueboy

    It won’t let me vote?

  • Edwin M

    I feel so left out…not.many Rezounds. Better than my previous Eris.

    • Anonymous

      I know right if it wasn’t for the gnex this list would be completely different

  • Anonymous

    Sorry Droid Life, but right now it’s clear that THE Android phone to have at the moment does not wear the DROID badge.  =)

    • Tim242

      We’ll see what the numbers look like after all of the Nexus returns.

      • lol wut

        you are such a tool

        • Tim242

          The signal (dBm) and battery life are abysmal. My back cover will not even latch in the bottom right corner after just a few days.

          • Anonymous

            I have no issues with either signal strength or battery life.  After a few full discharges/recharges, my battery life is already better than on my Fascinate, even with 4G on all the time.  Also, my battery cover is QUITE secure, not sure why yours isn’t.  Haven’t had any need whatsoever to do a battery pull on this phone yet.

          • Tim242

            I only do battery pulls to change the battery, because of the awful battery life.

          • Anonymous

            Hmm, sorry to hear that.  Dunno if I just don’t have as much stuff running on my phone as others, or if I don’t use it as much, but I am generally not having much of a problem going a whole day on one charge right now.

          • Dan Letsch

            I am in the same boat.  There must be some bad phones out there.  I do not have much to compare it too, but I watched 2+ hours of netflix, downloaded GTA over 4g, and did other various tasks and still managed 18hrs 6min before plugging it to charge at 5%.

          • Anonymous

            Sorry to hear it didn’t work out for you. Mine is great. I have no problems with my signal. I haven’t dropped a call and I haven’t had issues with data. I don’t pay attention to the number of bars – as long as I can do what I want to do I’m fine with it. Regarding battery life, yeah it’s not as great as other phones, but I have no problem charging my phone mid-day if needed.

          • Tim242

            I got the extended battery, and the extra battery that comes with the charger. After swapping out the battery a few times, the battery cover won’t latch at the bottom. That will be the next issue. That battery cover is so flimsy, it is only a matter of time.

          • Anonymous

            Man, I’m really sorry yours turned out to be a dud. I hope you get the phone that fits what you want. I love mine. But this is the great thing about Android. You have choices. You can get style/model you want with the features important to you. If you’re an iPhone user and you’re not happy with the phone you can’t trade it in for a different kind of iPhone.

      • Anonymous

        True, but don’t forget, the unlockable bootloader is a HUGE deal, especially when compared to the latest Motorola devices, none of which are unlockable at this time.

        Also, Supercurio is already working on audio and screen color enhancements for it, and judging by his Voodoo enhancements for the Galaxy S series of phones, I know for a fact he will make the GNex just that much better!  He’s already noted that the audio quality is very good already (which I have witnessed myself as well), but that he can tweak it a bit more, and there’s a lot of work to do on screen calibration as well.

  • Anonymous

    No rezound love you have fun with getting crappy signal

    • Anonymous

      Sorry a little uncalled for I just want more rezound dev support

  • http://twitter.com/dewguzzler Jesse Perkins

    galaxy nexus fyi

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Will-Gilman/583413042 Will Gilman

    Change the site name to GNex-Life.. look at those poll results haha

  • Steveheyboer

    No Nexus S choice? hmmm

  • Talies1020

    Holy smokes! I would not have expected the galaxy nexus yo dominate like this?!

    • Anonymous

      Really?  You didn’t expect an Android enthusiasts phone to lead the way in a poll posted on an Android enthusiasts site?

      • Anonymous

        Still shocking since it’s a poll of what people own, and the lte gnex has only heen on sale for one week. It’s dwarfing all other android phones combined, at least in this poll. I’d like to see some actual sales figures.

        • OneDroid

          I’m going to say, some people are lying about owning a Nexus when voting.

          • Pete

             Yup, lying happens all the time on the internet.

          • Anonymous

            Next thing your going to say is the tooth fairy isn’t real?

          • PPM16

            Yup, I know I did. I voted for the Nexus a bunch of times using proxies and my slapped together software. I can’t believe some people actually believe these polls.

          • Deter

            While I’m not surprised people vote on polls multiple times (possibly in the 100s of times range).

          • 41unique

            this is why i don’t come to this site as much.  It the same people that vote for the GN many times and knock down others.  this site once helped each other and that is what i missed about this site the most.

      • Anonymous

        I didn’t expect one enthusiast phone to dominate 50% of the poll when it’s been out for a few days, and even most enthusiasts have their phone for a year+ when this wasn’t even on the radar.

      • Anonymous

         Go Wings! I’m watching them play Calgary right now.

        • Anonymous

          Let’s hope Conks doesn’t get run. Same refs as last night.

          • Anonymous

            That was a tough one to watch. Glad Conklin made it out in one piece though.

          • Anonymous

            Typical Red Wings. Take two periods off, dominate the third, come up short.

    • John

      used to be droid x dominated. now GN :)

    • AM

      Does anyone else think the Nexus numbers are BS? Are people lying? 20-25% sounds reasonable. 50%… really? Here’s the old poll for reference: 
      http://www.droid-life.com/2011/09/21/wednesday-poll-your-current-phone-is/

      • http://twitter.com/islandak islandak

        I don’t think so. Only 4000 or so have voted so far. There were 15000 in the poll you linked too. Maybe it will even out some. Besides, the GN is selling like crazy. I would expect it to become the #1 owned phone by readers of this site.

        • Ken

           If this poll doesn’t reach 15,000 votes, does that mean Droid-Life traffic has gone down? 

          • Anonymous

            It could, or that people just don’t care as much for polls.  Take your pick.

          • Rete

            They could just let the poll run longer and make it look like there are more visitors now. It’s Friday and the “Thursday Poll” is still open.

      • Anonymous

        Back then I would have answered Droid X. Today my answer is GNexus. Between the Droid X and the OG Droid your looking at about 20%, not hard to imagine an additional 10% jumping on board along with the upgrades. 

        • IntlGrizzly

          But it’s only been a little over a year since people have had their Droid Xs. Are they really already switching? I have a DX but my 2 year contract isn’t up yet so no luck on getting the nexus.

          • Anonymous

            I did switch. My contract isn’t up until April officially, but I have an awesome friend.

            There’s also a chance of you calling CS and them upgrading you early to a lte device.

          • IntlGrizzly

            I envy all of you! If I was the account owner of our family plan I would definitely be talking my way into a nexus. Unfortunately as a 16 year old, I don’t have much leverage with Verizon.

          • ramifications

            A lot of people have upgrades from other lines (family members, etc). Also, some people just straight up paid for it.

            Personally my incredible wasn’t up for my upgrade till the end of this month, but my phone is broken so Vzw customer service gave me an upgrade, so I now have my Nexus.

          • Anonymous

            I know few people with 3G phones that were able to talk themselves into an early upgrade for this phone.  Speak to their retention department.

          • Granted

            Not true. My upgrade is in March and I own a Droid X, on a two year contract. So in my case it’s closer to the two year mark. But I also plan to buy a communication watch instead of a new smart phone, and I also will be eating my neighbors dog that incessantly barks, for dinner tomorrow. I plan to “The Good Son” it, and enjoy a full bottle of premium tequila with the meal.

      • Anonymous

         Old is the key word because since then I’ve updated my Incredible to the G-Nex as I’m sure many people have.

      • Jeff

        I would agree with but I voted on th old poll and at that point I owned the bionic. Now I own the GNex….. Don’t hate I love all Android phones…

      • Sammyxp

        The Nexus numbers definitely don’t make sense. Note, though, that this isn’t even remotely representative of actual distribution among the population. Only the number of Nexus followers on Droid Life.
        It also might indicate that Nexus owners are that much more likely to want people to know that they have a Nexus. Other phone owners might couldn’t care less.

        • Granted

          Haha! Very astute observation. Faux elitists attitudes run rampant among the clinically retarded. I contribute it to my own made up, phantom-penis-philosophy.

        • AM

          Yeah, figured it’d be a lot higher than the general population as a whole, but pivoting from 0 to 50% market share even among enthusiasts in a matter of days, when 72% of customers are on phones 1.5 years old or less, is pretty unbelievable.

          Anyone got sales data on it? I’m curious. Amazon lists the Nexus behind the Rezound and RAZR, for Verizon phones, but the time span for the ranking isn’t clear – eg bestselling over the past week, two weeks, two days, etc. It says it’s updated hourly, but that doesn’t necessarily mean the phones that sold best within the last hour. It’s sold out on Amazon and Wirefly, though not at Verizon.

          I really like big screens, so if the Galaxy Nexus is a smashing success, expect to see 4.5″+ screens on high end phones become the standard. 

      • http://twitter.com/mfg68 MFG

        The old poll actually goes against your thoery…

    • FortitudineVincimus

      Still milking the OG Droid – I didn’t buy into the GN hype and hysteria (which is really is only about ICS as the phone itself is meh) – I am going to wait for CES and see what real true badazz phone is just around the corner and that has a quad core chip.

      My Asus Prime will feed my techie needs for now.

      • Anonymous

        The CES phones will look like crap compared to what’s coming out next Holiday season. I would wait til then if you really want to be impressed. 

        • Gothamsghost

          Yea but can you imagine what the phones in 2013 will be like.  I’d wait til then.  Or no wait… 2014.  If you are always waiting for the next best thing then you would never buy anything.

          • Anonymous

            My sarcasm must have gone over your head. 

          • Anonymous

            I think he was playing on yours.

    • Cmandd

      I would not have expected people to actually believe results of an anonymous poll.

      • Anonymous

        lol

    • Anonymous

      Even I did, with a blog full of developers and people who “hack” into their phones, it was expected.

  • Anonymous

    Proud to say…the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, baby!!

  • Anthony Armando

    ETA till blog is renamed to “Nexus-Life” ?

    • Anonymous

      I don’t see a problem with droid-life.
      If you take Droid as representing the Verizon Android devices, this is still true.
      If you narrow it down to the Motorola Droid then (or other phones with “Droid” specifically in the name) it’s obviously false.

      • Anonymous

        Pretty sure you didn’t get the sarcasm.

        • Anonymous

          Woops.. if he wasn’t saying it negatively then I totally missed it.

          I’ve just seen a lot of posts lately pissed about all the Nexus coverage when this site is called “Droid-Life”

          • Anthony Armando

            confirmed, it was said in jest.

      • Anonymous

        Kellex said that to me in an email a couple weeks back. Almost word for word. Although, it seems to be generally accepted that all androids are droids to the general public.

        • Anonymous

          Hah great minds think alike then!

        • Anonymous

          If that’s why it’s called Droid Life, it needs a name change.  That is the uneducated way of calling it android.

          • STiK
          • Anonymous

            I’m not sure, is the fact that you are able to paste a link supposed to mean anything to me?  It’s a response to me, so…?

            I never criticized that this was a site predominantly about droids, if you were able to parse that.  I just said there is a difference between droid and android.

          • http://twitter.com/piscesulmo Nate

            if you didnt check the link. android life is a companion blog to this that focuses on android outside of verizon.  he wasnt being a tool.

          • Anonymous

            I clicked the link, I understand the nature of the site.  I don’t understand the relevance to any of my comments.  I was merely stating, (for the third time in this thread) android != droid.  They are two different things.  I didn’t say I was looking for an android-life.  I just said that saying droid-life is droid-life because droid and android are the same thing is not a good reason to call it droid life. I’m perfectly fine with the fact that it’s a site centering around verizons line-up, and am perfectly fine that it’s called droidlife, since that’s vzw’s naming scheme for a lot of high end android phones.

          • http://twitter.com/piscesulmo Nate

            heh, no disrespect meant, i just wasnt entirely sure from your response.  to me, while I know that the android universe isnt all droid, since I am not willing to switch carriers at the moment, it is basically the same thing as far as what i can get. so i can see why some people kind of consider them the same thing.

          • Andrond

            The reason this site is called droid-life is because it was started as a blog about the DROID. As time progressed and the DROID brand and Android did as well, so did the blog. It wouldn’t make sense to change the name, just widen the focus of what they cover. Yes it’s mostly DROID branded coverage, but just because a lot of Nexus information has been posted lately in no way means that Kellex and the DL crew don’t know the difference between Android and Verizon’s branding for DROID’s…because they certainly do! 

          • Anonymous

            Does it ever end?  I never said anything about the crew not knowing the difference between droid and android.  It seems more than a few commenters don’t know the difference.  It also seems commenters such as yourself cannot be bothered to read the whole thread and see that never once, in the entire thread, where the editors of DL mentioned.  God I hate disqus sometimes.  It’s probably going to send me another email with a comment written by another who cannot read.  I should probably just make a label and send it to trash, where most of them belong.

  • http://twitter.com/nesdude nesdude

    Bionic and loving it. First Android phone and it’s rock solid. Girlfriend and sister both picked one up (and I snagged them both an extended battery for xmas!).

    • Anonymous

      The bionic is a great phone, even blur is not so bad on it…….I have the galaxy nexus which I like better!

    • Anonymous

      Yeah, the Bionic is nice. Got one for $99 for my wife the same day I got the Nexus. She’s very happy with it and had the Nexus not come out I’d seriously consider the device. It might have some bugs, but I’m impressed with it.

  • http://davesdroid.blogspot.com Dave Eric Smith

    Wow!  I guess “HypeBeasting” works…   :P

  • http://twitter.com/redbullcat Phil Oakley

    HTC Sensation, UK, giffgaff. Best phone I’ve ever owned, period.

  • Anonymous

    Woohoo. First (maybe the last?) for the X2.

  • Jamaicawind

    Wow i cant read for a moment i thought the poll said 54% of people had the bionic haha 

  • DJ PWN_3

    you have the original Incredible mentioned….What about us X users huh?! *grins* 

  • Daniel

    surprising results

  • Anonymous

    thanks for leaving out the droid x in this poll kellex :/

    • http://www.droid-life.com Kellex B

      Spaced it. It’s there now though.

      • Anonymous

        yayy :D lol

  • http://twitter.com/mfg68 MFG

    Wow…interesting results.

  • NEXUS

    I love Android. Different phones with different specs and different features and an OS that wants you to to make it yours! Beats getting one phone that everyone has with no choices. FREEDOM!

    • Anonymous

      AMEN to that, brotha!

    • http://www.droid-life.com Kellex B

      Great comment.

    • Anonymous

      Preach on Nexus! 
      I get my GNEX on Tuesday, I’m almost there! 

    • David Parrella

      HALLELUJAH MARY JOSEPH AND JESUS!!!

      Actually, subtract Jesus; I’m Jewish.

      • Anonymous

        So was Jesus. :-) Happy Hanukkah!

        • Anonymous

           Excellent point.

    • Alexander Garcia

      Amen to that!!!

    • http://twitter.com/Jubmasterflex Jubby Salhi

      While I agree to a certain extent, with such freedom comes a price, and that price my friend is fragmentation. Not to mention the turnover rate on devices (I’m looking at your Motorola).

    • Anonymous

      +10

  • Anonymous

    LOL Look at the RAZR

    • Dan Letsch

      Yeah, I could not believe that was all there is, as there are a few on here that addamantly support it.

  • Derek Stiles

    This week, OG Droid.  Next week, Galaxy Nexus!

    • John

      awesome. you’re in for one hell of a treat. despite some misc issues, which will mostly get addressed in future OTAs, you’re gonna love it!

      • Anonymous

        I agree. I upgraded from the OG. After a week I’m still in phone heaven.

  • http://profiles.google.com/tkimball00 Timothy Kimball

    wow thats alot for GN in such a short time!

  • Marvinaire

    What about the Droid X????

  • :)

    iPhone 4S :)

    • http://profiles.google.com/tkimball00 Timothy Kimball

      wow really

    • Anonymous

      cool story, bro

    • Anonymous

      Go away troll, we don’t want your kind here.

    • Ybdri

      Wiener.

    • Anonymous

      No way you have that phone. If you did you wouldn’t be putting the smiley face at the end of your post.

      • :)

        Yes, I really do have that phone. No, I’m not trolling. I am completely happy with this phone. My first phone on Verizon was the OG Droid, which I still use and flash ROMs on every day. My OG Droid was a trooper. But as far as reliability and even usability, I love the iPhone way more. When I was on AT&T my jailbroken 3G S raped every Android phone out there. And as soon as I can jailbreak this phone, all of the things I miss about my Droid (mostly just tethering) will be gone.

    • https://twitter.com/sonnydroid sonnydroid

      Do not feed the trolls…

  • Guest

    I’m surprised the X isn’t a choice,

    • http://www.droid-life.com Kellex B

      It is now, sorry about that. I knew I was forgetting a couple.

      • http://twitter.com/starnovsky Stan Tarnovsky

        Droid Eris! Somebody probably still have it.

        • Brian Walker

          My brother does. I feel sad for him every single day. 

          • Anonymous

            I don’t even know him and I feel sad for him. I feel like we need to get together a collection to help him upgrade to something new.

          • Brian Walker

            I will most certainly pass your sentiments along.

          • Anonymous

            Where do we send our donations for Brian’s brother:-)

          • https://twitter.com/sonnydroid sonnydroid

            I’m on board!

  • Anonymous

    Should I say GNEX if it is coming tomorrow? :D HAPPEH FACE!

    • http://www.droid-life.com Kellex B

      Might as well. :P

    • Anonymous

      Yeah, mine is under the tree. 

      • Anonymous

        You know how to re-wrap presents, right? :-)

        • Anonymous

          I think my family decided to stick it under there just to taunt me. 

      • Anonymous

        how could you not just unwrap it, use it, then put it back. ha

      • Anonymous

        If nothing else get that baby unlocked. You can always rewrap it.