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Monday Poll: How Many Android Phones Have You Owned?

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Since Android has taken over our lives, dating back to the original DROID push of late 2009, we know that many of you have owned a number of different handsets. For a while, we were all OG owners, but over the years as more devices have been launched, we can tell that readers have jumped between the latest and greatest devices with much greater regularity. We’re now in 2013, which means some of you have gone through 1.5 upgrade cycles and at least another phone or two.

So we’re curious, how many Android phones have you owned in your life? Feel free to list them out, as well. (Let’s not count tablets for now.)

How Many Android Phones Have You Owned?

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  • cozybop

    G1>Droid X>iPhone 4>iPhone 5 Sorry I had enough of really bad UI in the Droid line. My G1 was amazing at the time though.

  • Ralph Basile

    4 phones: Droid, Nexus S, Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4. Now if you had asked
    5 Android tablets: B&N Nook Color (Cyanogen Mod), Galaxy Tab 10.1, Asus Transformer Prime, Asus Transformer Infinity; Nexus 7.
    Oh, and 1 GoogleTV – Vizio CoStar

    So that would make 10 total Android Devices.
    Current active devices: Galaxy 4, Galaxy Nexus (primarily as a bedside eReader), Transformer Infinity (primarily business travel); Nexus 7 (primarily for browsing while watching TV).

  • Barlog

    Droid Eris,OGDroid ,DroidX,HTC Thunderbolt, Droid Bionic,Galaxy Nexus

  • Adam

    OG Droid > The failure of the Droid 3 > Droid Razr Maxx <3

  • Kheir Francis

    I went through 6 devices, Sidekick 4G, Mytouch 3G Slide, Mytouch 3G, 2 T-Mobile G1′s, A Motorola Cliq, and my current phone the rezound. Cliq was the worst out of the six

  • gfacekilla01

    All on Verizon:
    OG Droid (picked up on launch day), Droid 2, Droid X, Droid Razr (fell for that thin profile) and Note2. The X has to be the worst phone ever.

    Tablet: OG Xoom 4G>OG Galaxy Tab>Sony Tablet S>Nexus 7. Still rocking all except for the Galaxy Tab

  • mikeszekely

    Incredible->Thunderbolt->Galaxy Nexus (Verizon).

    The Galaxy Nexus is the reason why I’m probably going to leave Verizon. Android’s grown to a point that it doesn’t need skins like Sense anymore. I want the purity that a Nexus offers, but I think it’s bull that I have to wait for Verizon to approve the update after they cram their Verizon bloatware onto it. I want to be able to buy my phones contract-free and reasonably-priced from the Play Store.

  • http://www.anglaispod.com/ bucketachicken

    Well let’s see here…started with the T-Mobile G1, MyTouch 3G, Nexus One, and MyTouch 4G…then moving to Sprint, the Evo 3D, and my current phone, the Galaxy S III.

    So…6? Sounds about right. Too many, really.

  • Krista Sanderson

    G1>Clic>MyTouch>vibrant>Thunderbolt>Gnex….I am sure I am missing one between the G1 and the Vibrant, maybe even one between the vibrant and the Tbolt….I do love my Android!

  • Dorian Brooks

    Samsung Fascinate(stock)>HTC Incredible 2(rooted/ROM’d)>LG Spectrum(stock. I’m sorry I bought a crap phone)>Motorola Razr M(holding of a few more months to root)

  • x5denali

    HTC Incredible, Droid X, Droid Bionic, Droid Charge, Galaxy Nexus, HTC One X, Galaxy Note, RazR Maxx, Galaxy S3, RazR Maxx HD, Galaxy Note 2, HTC DNA

  • dylan84

    I’m on #3. OG Droid, Atrix 4G, and now a One X

  • Stoker

    OG Droid -> SGS3

  • DRAZY

    Wow. I have owned a lot of Android phones
    G1 > OG Droid > Droid X > Thunderbolt > Droid Charge > Galaxy Nexus > Galaxy S III.
    I’m such a phone whore.

  • robotsforeveryone

    Droid 1 > Droid Inc > Thunderbolt > Droid X > RAZR > Galaxy Nexus > SGS3 > Note 2
    Ahh the memories! Worst = Droid X Best = Note 2

  • Oscar De La Rosa

    They should make a poll for which phones most droid life readers use, that would be interesting to see in graph form cause from reading the comments that seems to be mostly droid x and razr maxx

  • scrub175

    OG, X, Thunderbolt, razr, gnex.

  • Oscar De La Rosa

    Motorola Razr V3M, LG Voyager, Droid X, Droid Razr Maxx, Galaxy Note 2