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Monday Poll: How Many Android Phones Have You Owned?


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.

  • 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

  • Stoker

    OG Droid -> SGS3

  • dylan84

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


    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

  • Simon Belmont

    Two. A Sprint HTC Hero and a Sprint HTC EVO 3D. Phone number three upgrade is coming in a couple of months (spring). Not sure what I will be getting this time. Might be an SGS4 or I might wait for the Nexus 5 and jump to a GSM carrier. Decisions, decisions.

    Bonus Android phone: My wife has a Sprint HTC EVO 4G.

    • Simon Belmont

      I see some people are including their tablets too. So, I will oblige.

      I have a B&N Nook Color, an HP TouchPad, and a Nexus 7. First two are running CM10 and the Nexus 7 is running stock Android 4.1 (yes, I flashed back to get the smoothness back and my Bluetooth speaker working again).

  • NYAvsFan

    DX->VZW GNex

    Also have a TF101 and N7

  • Bigwavedave25

    HTC [Droid] Incredible -> Samsung Galaxy Nexus
    The experience has been great with both devices.

  • MooleyBooleyTroll

    OG Droid, Droid X, Droid 3, Razr, Razr Maxx, Razr Maxx HD, Nexus 4

    Razr Maxx HD has been by far the best of the bunch. Too bad I couldn’t take it to T-Mobile and have it work reliably..

  • sporty

    Just me OG and me Razr Maxx…..dat’s it….

  • Phil Austin

    OG Droid, Droid 2, Droid Incredible, Thunderbolt, Galaxy Nexus, Galaxy SIII

  • VIphoneFan

    lets see….OG Droid, Droid 2, Droid 3, Droid x < Droid X2, incredible, incredible 2, Razr, and now Gs3

  • Bobby Cornwell

    Motorola Droid One
    HTC Nexus One
    HTC Thunderbolt
    Samsung Galaxy Nexus (VZW)

  • Naga Appani

    Motorola Milestone -> Nexus One -> Motorola Defy -> Motorola Atrix -> Motorola RAZR -> Galaxy Nexus -> Nexus 4 -> (xPhone for Future)

  • Axel Foley

    Droid Incredible
    HTC Thunderbolt
    Droid Bionic
    Galaxy Nexus
    Galaxy Note II

  • Silver Veloz

    I’m batting 1,000 – Blackberry Storm > Motorola Droid Bionic. I will hang on to the Bionic until at least we get JB. Then,I’m all about the Motorola X phone.

  • Droid_Dude

    G1>OG Droid>Droid X>Tbolt>Razr>Gnex>Note 2

  • OG Droid > Droid 3 > Galaxy Nexus

  • kurichan

    HTC Desire
    HTC Sensation
    Samsung Galaxy S III
    HTC One X
    Samsung Galaxy Note 1
    LG Nexus 4

  • ChrisConner09

    OG Droid, Droid X, GNex

  • PaulMaddux

    I got the Eris when the OG came out because it was cheaper. I still miss that phone sometimes. Then I got upgraded to the incredible because the camera kept messing up. Bite I have the Gnex and I’m waiting for either the Nexus 5 or something big from HTC

  • Mark Mann

    between my husband and myself>Droid Eris, OG Droid, Droid Incredible, Fascinate, Droid X, Bionic, Rezound, Droid Razr, & Droid Razr HD

    • Mark Mann

      i had the OG, while my husband had the eris, incredible, fascinate, X, and bionic…i migrated to his X when he got the bionic, then i got the razr, and he the rezound…and then i got the HD, and he got my razr

  • yummy

    DX >> VZW GNX

  • John


  • Fattie McDoogles

    OG Droid- Droid Eris- Droid X- Fascinate- Droid 2- Thunderbolt- Bionic- Galaxy Nexus- Rezound- Droid 4- RAZR- RAZR MAXX- Galaxy S3- Evo 4G LTE- Optimus G

  • JoshGroff

    HTC Sensation, LG G2X, Atrix 4G, Droid X2, Xperia Play, Bionic, Rezound, Thunderbolt, G-Nex. In roughly that order too. I may have missed a phone or two in there.

  • Kevin Jones

    OG Droid > Droid 3 > VZW GNex > Nexus 7

  • elliot323

    OG Droid -> HTC Thunderbolt -> Droid X2 -> Droid Bionic -> Droid RAZR -> Samsung Galaxy Nexus -> Samsung Galaxy Note 2

  • Sqube

    Droid 1 –> Droid 2 –> Droid X –> Galaxy Nexus

  • brando56894

    6 if you count my 8 GB and 32 GB Nexus 7 as one device:

    Phones: OG Droid, Droid Incredible, HTC Rezound, Galaxy Nexus
    Tablets: Asus Transformer TF101, 8 GB Nexus 7, 32 GB Nexus 7.

  • BATC42

    Motorola Milestone (died Yday after a bad fall…) -> Motorola RAZR
    My contract finishes at the end of 2013 either I’l go with future Nexus or a new Motorola (hopefully unlockable…)

  • Xelagn

    Htc Desire
    Samsung Nexus S
    Htc Sensation
    Samsung Galaxy S II
    Samsung Galaxy Nexus
    Samsung Galaxy S III
    Htc One X+

  • OG Droid -> Droid X -> Droid DNA

  • OG – Bionic – Rezound – S3 (used for a week before gifting) – Razr HD

  • OG Droid

    Droid X

    Droid Razr


  • JulianZHuang

    htc dinc –> gnexus –> i5

  • Feztheforeigner

    Nexus One
    Motorola Droid
    Droid X
    Droid RAZR
    Galaxy Nexus
    Galaxy S III

  • Feztheforeigner

    Kinda wish there was a 0 option just to see how many readers aren’t on Android. Wouldn’t be many, but I still would have liked to see it.

  • dalex7777

    The AnDROID original Tmobile G1> EVO+Galaxy S1 Epic>Thunderbolt+EVO 3D> EVO LTE

  • T-mo G1, MyTouch 3G, galaxy S2

  • Damian

    Rocking the Droid Charge, I have an upgrade next month and I’m torn between the DNA and RAZR HD MAXX

  • 4n1m4L

    Has it really only been 4 years?

  • jseah114

    OG Droid -> Thunderbolt -> Rezound -> Note II on my line, the other lines in my account has also had Droid Incredible, Bionic, Droid 2, Droid Razr Maxx, and Galaxy SIII

  • OG Droid -> Droid X -> Droid Bionic -> VZW GNex

    The G1 was a Spin off of the Droid because I needed a GSM phone to use in Europe. I still have it and still use it when I go over there…but it shows it’s age. I am gonna be switching to prepaid and getting an unlocked nexus as soon as I can leave VZW.

  • iNfAMOUS70702


  • danofiveo

    DROID Razr

  • mohit asthana

    Damn.. people have a lot of devices.
    Currently: HTC Thunderbolt with a cracked screen and extended battery running modded version of ICS.
    HP Touchpad with Jelly Bean
    Nexus 7 8gig (dad won’t let me sell it for 32 πŸ™ )

    Future: Nexus 4 or Galaxy Note 2. Choices, choices…

  • Nexus One > HTC One Sensation > LG G2X > Samsung Stratosphere > HTC One S

  • yopauly

    HTC My Touch 4G, (2) GS3

  • Well 2 – the OG Droid and the GNex. (Unless you want to count the three replacement Droids and the 1 replacement GNex.) And by the way, my OG Droid may be deactivated but it ain’t dead. I can still make and receive WiFi phone calls on it.

  • DRaY

    HTC Desire
    LG Optimus x2
    Galaxy Nexus
    Samsung Galaxy Note
    Samsung Galaxy S3

    Still Using the G-Nex and the S3

  • Matthew Merrick

    LG vortex -> Droid X2 -> Droid Chrge -> back to the Droid X2 -> VZW Note II

    so 4 total.

  • Cgmartin33

    OG Droid
    Galaxy Tab
    DROID Bionic
    HTC Incredible 2
    DROID Razr
    Rooted Rom’d Kindle Fire running JB
    Nexus 7
    Galaxy S3

    Best device on the list is the Gnex…unfortunately it’s the worst phone πŸ˜‰

  • BigFonz

    Droid, Droid Incredible, Thunderbolt, Droid Razr

  • G1zm0g95

    All Verizon: Droid Eris, Droid Incredible, Droid 2, Droid X, Thunderbolt, Razr, Razr Maxx, Nexus & Galaxy 3

  • JMonkeYJ

    OG Droid, Droid X, VZW GNex, Play Nexus 4

  • More than 6

    Main number:
    Epic –> Photon –> CaptivateGlide –> Thrill_3D –> RazrMAXX –> GNexus_HSPA+ –> GNote-II_GSM

    Secondary Number:
    Huawei_Ideos –> Pantech_Burst

  • OG droid – Droid X – Galaxy Nexus – Galaxy S3

  • Derkk

    HTC/T-mobile G1 > OG Droid > Samsung Galaxy S Captivate > LG/T-mobile G2x > HTC Sensation > HTC One X > Would love to get a Nexus 4 if it really existed!

  • BSweetness

    27 total Android devices

    20 Android phones – Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy S3, One X, RAZR MAXX, Galaxy Nexus, Rezound, Galaxy Note, Bionic, Stratosphere, Charge, Vitality, Incredible 2, Thunderbolt, Droid 3, Fascinate, Incredible, Droid Pro, Droid 2 Global, Droid X, Droid

    6 Android tablets – Transformer Pad TF300, Evo View 4G, Transformer Prime, Transformer TF101, Thrive, gTablet

    And finally, the incredibly awesome MotoACTV (hacked with access to the Play store).

  • Flat

    1. OG Droid
    2. Incredible
    3. X
    4. X-Peria Play
    5. Thunderbolt
    6. Razr
    7. Rezound
    8. Gnex
    9. Note 2-best yet
    *plus non-phone devices Xoom, N7

  • Jrok

    G2, galaxy nexus, Nokia 822, Htc 8x, gs3, iPhone 5

  • ASerafin

    OG Droid Droid 2 HTC Thunderbolt HTC DNA

  • G1 (retired), Moment (died horribly), Epic (sold to a Russian), Incredible 2 (exchanged after a few weeks) Droid 3 (sold on eBay, 216 dollars), Rezound (sold to a reseller). After all that I realized that I belong back to windows, I was sick of playing catch-up with newer technology.

  • Trevor

    Sony X10a, Nexus One, Droid X, Droid 2, Thunderbolt, Galaxy Nexus, Razr M, Galaxy S3. Thanks to ebay, some of those I only owned for a matter of days/weeks. Yes, it’s a problem.

    Currently I switch between the Nexus and GS3.

  • JohnPA2006

    Motorola DROID (circa 2010)— Galaxy Nexus — Samsung Galaxy S3

  • Terrance Steiner

    Technically three, unless you count replacements. I had two OG Droids, two Thunderbolts and a white Motorola Razr HD (which is an awesome phone).

  • boybert

    OG -> D3

  • Dean Milord

    Droid 1(OG), Droid 2, Droid X, Droid X2, Droid Inc 1 & 2, Rezound, (current) Galaxy Nexus

  • Chris

    1. HTC Droid Incredible

    2. HTC Thunderbolt

    3. HTC Rezound

    4. HTC EVO 4G LTE (only used as a media player as I like to have a separate device for that)

    See a pattern? (:

  • daveloft

    Nexus One -> Galaxy S -> Nexus S -> Galaxy Nexus.

    I also bought a used HTC Legend and used it for 3 weeks while my Galaxy S was out for repair. The second time I had to send my Galaxy S out for repair I went out and bought a Nexus S to replace it and then sold the Galaxy S as soon as it came back from repair.

  • C.J.

    OG Droid
    Droid X
    Thunderbolt (x like 12)
    Galaxy nexus
    Razr Maxx
    And now the Note 2….might keep this one for a while, Its fantastic!

  • Sean Futach

    OG droid, droid 2, droid 2 global, samsung fascinate, droid charge, droid 3, droid razr, droid razr m…… man it seemed like I had more then that in my head.

  • Randy B

    OG Droid
    Droid Incredible
    Droid X
    Verizon Galaxy Nexus
    Galaxy S3
    Galaxy Note 2
    Droid DNA

  • Alchemy08

    OG EVO
    EVO 3D

    NEXUS 4
    SONY Z

  • bigmatt503

    OG droid…LG Vortex and current razr

  • TheRobotCow

    I started out with a Droid 2 Global, Droid Incredible, Droid R2D2, then Galaxy Nexus. I still use my nexus but its not longer my main phone. Currently on an iPhone, but I still love my Galaxy Nexus and Nexus 7!

  • I have had over 6 devices but only a total of 3 different models (HTC Thunderbolt x3 >> HTC Rezound x2 >> Droid Razr). Best of all, I have never had to officially “upgrade” my device because either Verizon or Asurion always seems to crap up and make a mistake just like how all of Asurion’s replacement Thunderbolts had touchscreen issues and how Verizon pushed out a buggy ICS update for the Rezound! Although I do kinda miss the Rezound…the Droid Razr’s battery leaves something to be desired!

  • HTC Incredible -> Droid Razr Maxx -> Nexus 4

  • BiggKidd65

    OG Droid, OG Starwars, DroidX, DroidX2, Razr, Razr Maxx, Galaxy S3, sitting on the Galaxy Note 2now I know we are not supposed to list tabs but orignal Xoom, XYBoard (sucked) N7 Thank goodness for a wife and 3 kids new upgrade about every 3 months…

  • monkey082506

    1. Fascinate
    2. Droid Charge
    3. VZW GNex
    4. Soon to be owned…THE X (providing anything in the post earlier is true)

  • Gobohobo

    Holy crap, I’ve had 5! In order: Samsung i5500, Samsung Galaxy S 4G, Samsung Galaxy S2, Samsung Galaxy Nexus and currently, LG Nexus 4 πŸ™‚

  • NorCalGuy

    OG Dorid
    2x Droid INC
    Droid 2 Global
    Droid X
    Droid Razr
    Samsung GNex
    Samsung GS3
    Back to Gnex

  • Daniel Clifford


  • Rodeojones000

    OG Droid -> VZW GNexus -> RAZR Maxx -> VZW GNexus again (hated the RAZR’s locked bootloader and it was a new GNexus as I sold my original) -> Nexus 4

  • Transamturbo350

    There was a og droid RAZR in there too!

  • Transamturbo350

    Og droid, incredible, droid x, galaxy fascinate, incredible 2,thunderbolt,charge,galaxy nexus, galaxy s3,galaxy note 2. Tablets, nook color rooted cm7,touch pad cm7,galaxy tab 8.9,galaxy note 10.1. Yes I have a sick love for android. But hey I work hard for my money and android makes me happy so why not!!! And that doesn’t include all the phones I’ve gottena for the gf and family members. But belive it or not I’ve never been happier than I am not with my note 2 and note 10.1. I plan on keeping this duo until note 3 or next Verizon nexus.

  • Jonathan

    All Android devices ever owned, in chronological order:

    1.T-Mobile G1
    2. Samsung Galaxy
    3. HTC Nexus One
    4. HTC EVO 4G
    5. T-Mobile G2
    6. Barnes & Noble Nook Color
    7. Motorola XOOM (LTE)
    8. LG Optimus V
    9. Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 (LTE)
    10. Samsung Nexus S
    11. Samsung Galaxy Nexus (GSM)
    12. Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus
    13. Asus Transformer Prime
    14. Samsung Galaxy Note
    15. HTC One X
    16. Barnes & Noble Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight
    17. Samsung Galaxy Nexus (white)
    18. Asus Nexus 7 (16GB)
    19. Asus Nexus 7 HSPA+ (32GB)
    20. Samsung Nexus 10 (16GB)
    21. Samsung Nexus 10 (32GB)
    22. LG Nexus 4

    I’ve included tablets as well, ’cause why not. I tend to sell my old devices pretty quickly once I get a new one, so the list isn’t quite as irresponsible as it seems. πŸ˜›

    • Feztheforeigner

      I think that’s just a little excessive… Great, but excessive…

      I’m a developer and only have 13 devices for testing (and fun) purposes.

      • Aardvark99

        If you had to choose a set of phones for typical (user-space, not ROM) app development / testing for Android which devices do you think are a must-have? Min platform is Gingerbread.

    • DOAbarrelroll

      In chronological order, including tablets:

      1. Motorola DROID

      2. Motorola DROID X
      3. Archos 70
      4. Motorola XOOM 4G
      5. SE Xperia Play
      6. Motorola DROID Bionic
      7. Samsung Galaxy Nexus (x2)
      8. Samsung Galaxy Note
      9. HTC One X
      10. ASUS Nexus 7
      11. HTC DNA

      That’s just Android devices, I’m not going to even bother trying to list all the other stuff. I generally sell most stuff immediately after upgrading, but it’s still overkill.

    • Simon Belmont

      Just curious. But why do you have two flavors of the N10? πŸ˜‰

      Oh wait, never mind, you probably sold the 16GB to get the 32GB. That’s quite a list, and I have the B&N Nook Color and a 32GB N7 too. πŸ™‚

  • Android Phone: Motorola Droid, Motorola Droid 3, Motorola Droid Razr, Motorola Razr (UK Version), Motorola Razr (Asia Version), Motorola Razr i, Motorola Droid Razr Maxx HD, Motorola Atrix HD, Motorola BackFlip, Motorola FlipOut, Samsung Galaxy Note 2, Samsung Galaxy S2, Samsung Galaxy Camera and more. Android Tablet PC: Motorola Xoom, Motorola Droid Xyboard 10.1, Asus Transformer Pad Infinity 32 GB, Samsung Galaxy Tab 2.

  • Alex Farra

    Droid 2

    Droid X

    Droid 3


    Verizon Galaxy Nexus

    One S


    One X


    Note 2

    Nexus 4

  • MttFrog13

    I’ve owned 6.
    -Droid Incredible(random reboot issue, so it was replaced, otherwise it was great)
    -Samsung Captivate(severe lag issue, gps lock was terrible)
    -Motorola Atrix(first android phone that “just worked”, the screen was bland though)
    -Motorola Droid RAZR(terrible screen pixelation, form factor didn’t feel good in hand. Got rid of it after 3 weeks)
    -Galaxy Nexus(worked well until the jellybean update wrecked the gps lock)
    -Nexus 4(so far so good)

  • Justin

    OG Droid -> Galaxy S2 Skyrocket.

    I want the Nexus 4 and S3 to play with but I can’t justify them.

  • anthonydavisjr05

    LG Optimus V->T mobile G2->HTC Sensation->Galaxy S2

  • OG Droid -> VZW GNex

  • ExpectsItToWork

    GNex for 2 grueling months before I sold that overhyped POS with horrific batt life and got a Razr Maxx which I’m running stock ICS rooted on. Was a 3 device BB user before the GNex and am still waiting for the same level of reliability on this platform. Feature rich? Yes. Rock solid dependability? No. Def not marching in the iMtoostupidformorethanonebutton parade.

  • oliman37

    Droid x, galaxy nexus and now am loving my note 2

  • Edgar

    OG Droid -> Droid X -> Droid Razr Maxx
    No matter how much I keep bad mouthing Moto I’ll most likely keep buying their phones.

  • schoat333

    OG droid
    Droid Charge
    Galaxy Nexus
    Razr HD Maxx

  • OG, D2G, DX, Thunderbolt, Nexus S, Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4, Razr M, Desire C

  • fanboy1974

    Does buying a droid OG 3 times count as 1 or 3 times? Could not make up my mind in the early years.

  • kejar31

    Eris, OG, DX, TBolt, Charge, DX2, D3, Bionic, GNex, RAZR, SGS3, DNA(only form two weeks) Note2 ummmm i did spend some time serving so I actually have owned multiple ones of the ones listed as well.. Happily retired from the DEV scene and loving my N2 πŸ™‚ —kejar31

  • harryharry

    OG DROID -> Thunderbolt -> Galaxy Nexus -> Moto Nexus (or at least that would be the ideal next step)

  • r0lct

    DROID X –> DROID X2 (“warranty upgrade”) –> GNex –> Note 2

  • dannywhite

    Droid Eris
    Droid Incredible
    Xperia Play
    Galaxy Nexus
    Optimus G (current)

  • TimXer

    Droid X, SGSIII


    OG Droid, Droid 2, the incredible, fascinate, Droid Pro, Thunderbolt, Droid Charge, Droid Bionic, Razr Maxx, Galaxy Nexus, and the Galaxy SIII.

  • Jason

    1.OG Droid Switched to Sprint –
    2.HTC Evo 4G- Sold for
    3.Samsung Epic 4G Sold for and left Sprint for
    4.Nexus S – Too many reboot issues tried 3 phones – Returned for
    5.HTC Inspire 4G – Had for 30 days, Returned and switched back to Verizon for –
    6.HTC Thunderbolt – Sold for –
    7.Droid Bionic Sold for –
    8.Droid RAZR Returned for –
    9.Galaxy Nexus VZW, Loved but switched back to Sprint to save money on family plan –
    10.Galaxy Nexus Sprint – Family left Sprint – Back to Verizon
    11.Galaxy Nexus Verizon – Sold for –
    12.Droid DNA. Decided i still dont like skins, and prefer stock android, so i sold for –
    Current Nexus 4. Will be it until the next nexus, or this Nexus comes to VZW. Nobody can beat Verizon’s coverage or 4GLTE yet.

  • Tom Z

    Original Droid: Still works… Now used as my daily clock / alarm clock. It’s used as my music player at home.

    HTC Thunderbolt: Top of the digitizer doesn’t work, drops 4G, (This phone was bad) Has a giant hump on the back because of the extended battery.

    Motorola Droid RAZR HD Maxx: Great phone. Hopefully it holds up as well as my OG droid is.

    • Simon Belmont

      Same thing I do with my Sprint HTC Hero. It’s an alarm clock/music streaming device.

      Got it running CM7.2. It works perfect for the task.

  • Mack

    Droid X -> Droid X2 -> Galaxy Nexus (Verizon)

    Before that I had an LG flip phone, the Motorola RAZR, then the LG Dare and then back to Motorola with the X/X2. I would have liked to keep the trend going (LG -> Moto -> LG -> Moto…) but the damn Nexus 4 obviously never hit Verizon.

    • Tyler

      Glad I’m not the only one trying to keep a pattern HAHA. Motorola Razr v3m, Samsung Flipshot, Motorola Droid, Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Hoping to see a Motorola Nexus on Verizon around Christmas time.

      • Mack

        That would be my perfect scenario as well, I got my G-Nex two months ago but only plan on keeping it until the end of this year. As much as I love my Nexus, I miss Motorola’s hardware.

  • G1, Motorola Cliq, HTC MyTouch 3G Slide, MyTouch 4G, HTC Sensation, Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4. So that’s 7. Not including my Nexus 7 and Logitech Revue

  • nscott69

    HTC Droid Incredible, HTC Thunderbolt, HTC Rezound, GNex, GS3, Note II

  • Serf33

    Next poll should ask how many Verizon Galaxy Nexus you’ve owned. I’m on my fourth but bit the bullet and got a Razr HD. Can hardly believe how much better service I get

    • Serf33

      OG Droid, X2, GNEX, Razr HD


      I had three!!

  • paul_cus

    Motorola DROID RAZR
    Sony Xperia ion
    Sony Ericsson Xperia Mini
    Panasonic ELUGA
    Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray
    Sony Xperia P
    Motorola RAZR i

  • Bryce Mrozinski

    HTC Inspire 4G (Shattered Screen) -> Samsung Infuse 4G (Craigslisted) -> SGS3 (Current)
    Each one rooted and running a custom ROM the day I got them!

  • strider_mt2k

    My Droid Bionic is my first Android phone.
    I upgraded from the dried-out husk that my WinMo Omnia 2 became when M$ pulled the plug on every service for it months before the end of my contract, thus insuring my bitterness towards Win/mo/pho to this day.

    Long live Android!

  • ryan

    droid eris (mistake) –> OG Droid–> Droid X –> Droid Razr —> whatever new comes out in quarter 3

  • If you are counting the replacements for my og droid then its about 9 (6 og droids, 2 droid 3’s and galaxy s3)

  • OG Droid to VZw GNex!

  • cknight91

    OG Droid –> Gnexus

  • Bobaboo

    G1->Droid X->Fascinate->Droid Charge->Galaxy Nexus LTE->Galaxy S III

  • BillyD

    Og Droid
    Incredible 2
    Note 2 – best phone ever im going to keep this one for a while.

  • He seems like the type who in a week would hand

  • Incredible, Droid X, Thunderbolt, Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4, DNA.

  • Total_telecom

    OG Droid – Droid X – Galaxy S3. No mo Moto for me!

  • Amp

    Droid X -> Nexus 4

  • Josh F.

    OG -> TBolt -> GNexus

  • TRushC

    My touch 3g>>my touch 4g>>HTC g2>>nexus one>> moto cliq2>> my touch slide 4g>>lg g2x>>lg my touch 4g>>nexus s gsm>>galaxy nexus gsm>>droid incredible 4g>>moto RAZR M>>vzw galaxy nexus πŸ˜€

  • Bionicman

    my first android was the HTC Incredible. It was the first phone i ever got excited about before it was released. I was all about winmo 6 phones before that. the rest goes as follows: HTC INC–DROID BIONIC–GALAXY NEXUS–NOTE II

  • Jonathan Williams

    Droid X -> VZW GNex. I recentlu bought an OG Droid from a friend just to say that I have one lol.

  • Nexaholic


  • Art Holguin

    og droid, droid x fascinate incredible, inc 2, inc 4g rezound, razr nexus gs3, razr again gs3, dna that all i could think of but i’m sure I’ve had acouple more.

  • G1, myTouch,cliq, cliq xt, droid, droid inc, d inc 2, droid x, thunderbolt, charge, galaxy nexus, droid razr, galaxy s 3

  • Jack

    Eris, OG droid, Droid x, Inc 2, RAZR, Rezound, Galaxy Nexus, and finally the S3.

  • Nexus8

    OG Droid >Droid X2>Droid Bionic>VZW Galaxy Nexus>LG Nexus 4

  • Dsel

    1. Og Droid
    2. Droid X
    3.Droid X2
    4.Droid Razr
    5. Droid RAZR Maxx HD

  • HTC Hero -> HTC Evo 4G

    HTC Evo -> HTC Evo 3D

    HTC Evo 3D -> Motorola Photon 4G

    Motorola Photon 4G -> Samsung Epic 4G Touch

    Samsung Epic 4G Touch -> Samsung Galaxy S III

    Samsung Galaxy S III -> HTC Incredible

    HTC Incredible -> Galaxy Nexus

    Galaxy Nexus -> Samsung Note II

    Samsung Note II -> HTC DROID DNA

  • DroidBricker

    Eris, Incredible, Droid X, Fascinate, Charge, Bionic, Galaxy Nexus, Note 2. I loved them all except for the Charge with it’s poo-brown theme.

  • waintrain

    started with THE ERIS. then (gasp) iphone briefly, but then it got good… razr, razr maxx, nexus, rezound, razr M, razr HD, S3, then the note 2… now back to the galaxy nexus lol

    • DroidBricker

      I’m with you. Hardware aside there isn’t a better phone for those of us who love stock Android. I think I miss my GNex more than any other phone I’ve owned.

  • Droid X -> Razr MAXX -> Galaxy Note 2

  • skyskioc


  • will bartlett

    MyTouch 3g, Droid X, Bionic, Gnex, S3, Note 2. But I did have 2 different colors of the N2 if that counts…I am at 6 or 7 depending on that.

  • xformulax

    droid 1 -> incredible -> X -> fascinate -> X2 -> D4 -> Gnex -> S3

  • Jeremy

    OG droid, Droid X, X2, Thunderbolt, Bionic, Gnex, S3, Note 2. I’m an app dev, so I have an excuse πŸ™‚ The Note 2 is by far my favorite device ever and I was one of the folks saying the Note was way to big for a phone. I just love this thing. I also have 4 tablets.

  • Droid Eris -> Fascinate -> Droid Charge -> Galaxy S III

  • Alex Fischer

    G1, mytouch 3g, moto cliq, nexus 1, nexus s, galaxy nexus, nexus 4

  • Dave

    That depends if you count replacement Thunderbolts, if so….about 37.

  • tomn1ce

    OG Droid, Vzw G-Nexus…..Waiting for the vzw 2013 flagship that will catch my interest to retire the G-Nexus πŸ™‚

  • Justin Winker

    OG Droid, Droid Bionic, Droid Razr HD (returned after two weeks), Nexus 4. Only returned the Razr HD so I could get off VZW for a cheaper plan (though I do miss my unlimited data and 4G LTE.

  • G1, Cliq XT, MyTouch 4G, and now the SGS2

  • OG Droid πŸ™‚ –> Droid 3 πŸ™

  • Big_EZ

    Droid X – HTC Thuderbolt (7 total) – Droid Bionic – Droid RAZR Maxx – Galaxy Note 2

    The Note 2 is amazing. My other favorite is the X, tons of development for a non Nexus phone, and its what got me into phones. The only one I was disappointed with was the Thunderbolt.

  • Nayners

    OG Droid, Dinc, Droid X, Nexus S, Fascinate, GNex (vzw), Gnex (gsm), Nexus 4.

  • OG Droid, Droid X, Charge, Thunderbolt, GSIII, Note 2, Bionic, MyTouch, Razr Maxx, Galaxy Nexus – so 10… I think that’s all the Android phones I’ve owned… During the same time period I also used the iP4, 4S, and 5, a few Blackberries, and the Palm Pre. I think I have a problem.

  • David Sellars

    One pitiful Motorola Flipside. Ready to go for round TWO as soon as my contract is up, though!

  • kane

    I said 2 but I forgot i had the HTC Hero which I returned and got and OG Droid on day one. Then I skipped all the bulshit and got the SG3.

  • Droid 2 -> Droid 4

  • Felix

    Gnex GSM and VZW, HTC Rezound, International GS3, GNote 2 VZW, and Nexus 4.

  • Nicholas

    OG Droid, Bionic, Rezound, Galaxy Nexus, Galaxy S3

  • SR

    OG>DX>Thunderbolt>Dinc>DX2>Bionic>Razr>Gnex>RAZR Maxx>S3>Note2>i5>S3>Note2
    Thank god for swappa. I still need to try a DNA.

    • Art Holguin

      the screen is amazin but I kept getting hiccups with the one I had so I returned it. once more development comes around I might jump back to it though.

      • SR

        Once my S3 sells I plan on giving it a shot. Never been big on sense though.

  • theswillmerchant

    OG Droid –> Droid X –> VZW GNex
    All rooted and rom’d (is that a word?….I’m okay with it)

  • CodeToJoy

    Droid Incredible -> Galaxy Nexus. Think I’ll be leaving Verizon after this contract ends though.

  • wmsco51

    og,droid 2,t-bolt,gnex verizon,htc rezound and galaxy note 2. My 2 fravorites are verizon Gnex and the note 2

  • Pandalero

    OG Droid > Incredible 2 > Incredible 4G > Nexus 4

  • Kurtis Tamez

    Touch Pro2 Dual Boot, OG Droid, D2G, D3, DroidX, DInc, Bionic, GNex, Haven’t seen anything get me excited enough to ditch the GNex. The DNA was was close… I have two sons rocking GNex’s now on AOKP, and the wife with a SGS3 as well.

  • kash521

    G1> MyTouch> Nexus One > Samsung Vibrant > Droid X > Thunderbolt > Droid Bionic > GNex

  • Ellis90009

    Droid> Droid X> Thunderbolt> Droid Bionic> Rezound> VZW Galaxy Nexus> Samsung Galaxy Note 2

  • OG Droid (still on my shelf)
    Bionic (sold after a couple months)
    Galaxy Nexus

  • Joseph Joffe

    OG Droid –> Dinc –> Thunderbolt –> GNex –> Note II

  • tyguy829

    og droid->bionic->gnex

  • Eldorath

    5 Total… Droid, Droid 2, Droid Inc, Droid X, VZW Galaxy Nexus

  • OG Droid, Droid Eris, Droid X, Droid X2, Gnex, Nexus 4…. and i feel like im forgetting one here..

  • Zach Armstrong

    Droid Incredible 2 and VZW GNex

  • bogy25

    TWO??? This is Droid life yes? I have had four now…..OG Droid, HTC Thunderbolt, HTC Rezound, Droid Razr Maxx HD……

  • droidftw

    OG Droid -> Droid 2 (Warranty) -> Razr MAXX -> Galaxy Nexus

  • Chris W

    OG-Incredible-Incredible 2-droid x2-Gnex-Razr-Rezound-s3-Lg intuition
    Yes I am an addict

  • Spongehead

    OG Droid, D2, D3, VZW Gnex, D4, Razr Maxx. Maxx was my last upgrade before tiered data. I guess it’ll be full retail or ebay for me, from now on.

  • Josh Jones

    Xperia Play>Razr Maxx>Razr M(from that unveiling at gotham)>Razr HD

  • Doug Wing

    OG -> the vomit inducing Thunderbolt -> Bionic (now my GF’s phone) -> RAZR MAXX

  • Rich

    OG>DX>Bionic>VZW S3

  • Patrick Chapman

    OG Droid, Droid Bionic, VZW Galaxy Nexus, VZW Galaxy S3

  • Jayayess1190

    Droid Inc. My one and only smartphone (still use).

  • El Big CHRIS

    OG Droid-DInc-GNex-SGS3-GNex

  • OG Droid, Droid X,Thunderbolt, GNex, GSIII

  • Nic Hess

    Droid- droid 2- incredible-droid x- incredible 2- fascinate- t bolt-charge- bionic- razr- gnex-razr maxx-s3-razr m- note 2

  • Phil Onyschuk

    Incredible > Thunderbolt > Galaxy Nexus > GSIII

  • Destroythanet

    I can’t lie lol. In addition to my six Android phones I’ve owned, I’ve also owned an iPhone, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 ATT, iPhone 4 Verizon, and (for about three weeks just to see if I could be swayed back to the “dark side” again) an iPhone 5 Verizon. My top 2 favorite phones of all the ones I’ve owned are the Galaxy S3 and the Galaxy Note 2.

  • Mike Wilson

    Bionic, but quickly got out of that and into a GNEX and haven’t looked back, or forward for that matter. Still in contract with VZW and don’t see the need to upgrade to a Note II or DNA. I’m rooted, so I’ll always have the latest and greatest software at my finger tips. Once my contract is up, goodbye Big Red, hello Sexy Pink Lady (T-Mobile).

  • Rob

    WTF? Why does it say I clicked 2? I didn’t even get to click anything! It should be 4.

  • Lakerzz

    OG Droid, Droid X, Droid Bionic, Galaxy Nexus, Galaxy S3, and now Droid DNA.

  • Jay Ochs

    eris, incredible, rezound, gnex, s3 with busted charge port, DNA, working gs3

  • Just one. Planned on either an iPhone or one of those “fancy, 4g droid phones” in late 2011. Had a friend give me the entire lowdown on Android, and before I knew it, i was buying a Verizon Gnex, rooting, unlocking, and flashing away. Couldn’t imagine owning anything else at this point. I’m an Android sheep through and through

  • Jroc869, Nexus-Life

    Too many. OG Droid, Droid X, HTC Evo, Gnex, Nexus 4

  • Harold Goldner

    HTC Droid Incredible –> HTC Rezound, and there isn’t anything out there right now that even tempts me.

  • lembowski

    OG Droid, HTC EVO, HTC INC, Bionic, Charge, Galaxy Nexus, Razr Maxx, Razr Maxx HD, GS3, DNA, Note 2

    Plus a few more I’m sure. Plus a lot of back in forth, like I had the white GS3 when it came out, went to the DNA then Note now I’m back to the Black GS3.

  • Inc., Rezound, Nexus, Note II, and Kindle Fire.

  • sant0s

    Droid Incredible (still running on vzw) & Nexus 4 (tmobile pre-paid, at&t next test)

  • og Droid, Htc Inc, Droid 2, Thunderbolt, Rezound, Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4

    • Oh, dropped VZW for Nexus 4 eh?

      • A very good decision indeed. Hopefully more do the same.

        • NYAvsFan

          I’d love to if this mythical phone is ever available again without paying a $300+ markup.

  • Rickerbilly

    Inc,DX,DX,DX,D2,D3,Bionic,Fascinate x 2,,GS3,Gnex x 3,Gtab1-7,Gtab2-7,Xoom,N7,Note2,Charge, Fire, Fire HD. I may be missing a few.

  • S2556

    OG -> GS3

  • kjanko

    Droid Inceridble -> VZW GNEX, plus a Nexus 7 (didn’t count that one)

  • MattInPDX

    OG Droid -> Bionic -> Galaxy S3

  • breadable

    After my OG couldn’t keep up I went a little crazy with used phones on eBay – > Thunderbolt, Charge, Revolution, Bionic, VZ Galaxy Nexus, Stratosphere, Droid 4, Razr, Galaxy S3, One X, LG Spectrum. Favorites are the One X, S3 and the Droid 4, least were the Spectrum and Stratosphere

  • kuboo99

    Droid X and Galaxy Nexus

  • OG (sent it back for… ) —> DX —- GNEX

  • sean jensen

    G1, Mytouch 3G, G2, G2x, Nexus S, Galaxy S 2, Galaxy Nexus, One X

  • Raven

    OG Droid -> Droid 2 -> Droid 4

  • crazysamz
    • You sir have too much time lol

    • Simon Belmont

      Something tells me this is meant for the bottom of an XDA forum post. Haha. πŸ˜›

      Also, another EVO 3D owner. Yay. πŸ˜€

  • Mike

    OG Droid -> Droid Incredible 2 -> Galaxy SIII

  • G1 > Nexus One > Galaxy Nexus

  • OG Droid

    Droid X


    Droid Charge

    Droid X2

    Droid Bionic

    Droid Razr

    Galaxy Nexus

    Droid Razr Maxx

    Galaxy S3

    Droid Razr HD

    • Damn, that’s a steep list. πŸ˜›

    • JohnPA2006

      Either you have a knack for buying and selling used Verizon phones on Ebay, or you have no problem paying ETF’s or you work in the cellular business !

    • nightscout13

      You went to LTE then back to 3G??? What was the point of that??

      • LTE wasn’t available in my area at the time.

    • x5denali

      your lists are almost as bad as mine i just posted. I’m on my 12th device currently..

  • OG Droid, Thunderbolt, Droid 3, Xperia Play, and now Droid Bionic.

  • Moto DROID > DROID Incredible > HTC Thunderbolt > VZW GNex > Galaxy S3

  • ChristianJohnson

    Own or want to own? That is the question.

  • Free2Live

    Droid, Droid 2, Droid Global, Droid PRO, Droid X, Droid Razr, Droid Razr Maxx, SG3, Dev Edition HD, Dev Edition Razr M, Gnex, Droid Charge, Thunderbolt….etc.

    • I think you’ve even surpassed me. πŸ˜›

  • xEchelon

    OG droid, droid 2, droid X, thunderbolt, droid X2, galaxy s, droid 3, droid bionic, galaxy sII, galaxy sIII

  • Tony Byatt

    OG Droid -> Rezound -> GS3

  • Thunderbolt,Galaxy Nexus,Droid Dna

  • Karen Rapposelli

    Original DROID, Motorola DROID X2, Samsung Galaxy S3

  • Dane Carpenter

    G1->Eris->Incredible->DroidX->DroidX2->Galaxy Nexus

    • G1 sighting!

      • Dane Carpenter

        I miss those days. Everything was so much simpler than.

  • OG Droid -> Droid X -> OG Droid -> HTC Thunderbolt -> Droid Razr -> Galaxy Nexus -> Note 2

  • OG Droid, LG Ally, Droid Bionic.

  • Incredible, droid X, bionic, galaxy nexus

  • jnt

    You really should’ve added some higher numbers in the poll… !

  • Droid Eris -> Dinc -> OG -> DX2 -> GNex -> Razr Maxx -> GS3

  • Apostrafee

    Droid X…Thunderbolt…GNex…Razr…Galaxy S3

  • OG -> Droid Bionic -> Iphone 5. I’m Sorry

    • Mack

      You should be.

    • Fattie McDoogles

      Its ok… its a great phone.

  • Zombie Unicorn

    DX -> SGIII

  • Daniel

    As I keep signing up for 2 year contracts on each phone I’m only on my second Android phone…my first was a Droid 2 and now I’m loving the Droid 4 with Eclipse ICS Rom while I wait for Jelly Bean to drop. I think companies are crazy to think that no one wants physical qwerty phones and instead ever-larger slabs just based on sales since a huge percentage of people only look to buy a phone every 2 years so they ignore and do not contribute to sales figures over a shorter period. I hope someone corrects this because I’ll be hanging onto my Droid 4 until an actual suitable replacement exists.

    • Paul

      I agree! I think that a lot of us who like a physical qwerty keyboard. If i want to go bit and all glass i just use my Motorola Xoom! If this doesn’t happen it is a good idea to stockpile a spare Droid4 Just in case! πŸ˜‰ I got a spare…If we want to keep our Verizon unlimited data we can’t upgrade anyway!

      • You can upgrade easily by purchasing devices at third party retailers (eBay, Craigslist). I’m not 100% familiar with the Droid 4 but if it is 4G LTE equipped all you must do is remove the SIM card form the Droid 4 and place it into the new device, wait about 10 minutes for it to activate itself and then you can enjoy your unlimited plan on pretty much any 4G LTE Verizon device!

  • LG Ally => Droid X => VZW GNex

  • Droid Eris -> Incredible -> Galaxy Nexus

  • TheFirstUniverseKing

    2. A Samsung Fascinate I got back in September 2010 and my new Galaxy Note II I got in December.

  • Pedro

    OG -> VZW GNex -> N4 (still waiting on VZW port to become official)

    • polioman

      The N4 will never run on Verizon. It’s LTE chip isn’t even capable of being hacked to work on Verizon. Completely and totally impossible.

      • I think you misunderstood what the previous poster was saying. I’m pretty sure he was talking about a number port like how you transfer you phone number from one provider to another.

  • Testman

    As an android tester, I can say OG, Motorola Devour (yuck!), Droid X, Droid 3, Droid Charge, Droid Razr, Razr Maxx, Samsung Galaxy S 3.

  • I had the Droid, Droid X, Galaxy nexus and now the Note II. I’m liking Samsung over Motorola so far for software and camera quality, not so much build quality.

  • Chris Pinola

    OG -> Droid X -> Samsung Vibrant (for the few months I lived in Italy) -> GNex (toro) -> ????

  • Nex__

    More then 6? Are we counting replacements?

  • raed jarjees

    OG droid ….Droid X …HTC evo 3d ….galaxy s2 …galaxy s3 …tablets : htc evo view 4g …hp touchpad running ics …galaxy note 10.1

  • Droid Eris > Droid1 x2 > Droid Incredible > Thunderbolt > Droid RAZR > CDMA Galaxy Nexus > GSM Galaxy Nexus

  • eddieonofre

    only 2

    I have had the OG droid (rwo of them) and the droid Bionic

  • CivilDroid

    How many phones have each of the DL crew owned?

  • OG Droid and G Nex

  • palomosan

    OG Droid, Droid Incredible, HTC Thunderbolt, Galaxy Nexus…

  • Motorola Cliq, LG G2x, Asus Transformer TF101, Samsung Galaxy S3, Google Nexus 4.

  • Wes

    2. VZW Galaxy Nexus (12/11-12/12), Nexus 4 (12/12-). Also Nexus 7 (7/12-)

  • shecalledmejay

    sadly I started with the thunderbolt then upgraded to the GNEX

  • Scott

    OG Droid
    Samsung Galaxy Nexus (Which sadly will be my last Android phone)

    • Chris Pinola

      sorry to see you go! what’re you moving to?

    • if you were sorry, you would just stay with android, or you are happy to be leaving because its not meeting your needs.

  • D4niel

    Nexus One -> Galaxy Nexus (GSM)

  • Booyah

    2: The DInc and currently GNex.

  • Droid X, Droid X2, Asus Transformer, Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7, Galaxy SIII

  • dhirensavalia

    OG Droid -> VZW GNex

    • sahilm

      Same here! I think next year I’m going to switch to the next GSM nexus and go unlocked

      • Me 2

        • We’re now in 2013, which means some of you have gone through 1.5 upgrade cycles and at least another phone or two.http://www.Get73dollareveryhourontheinternet.com.qr.net/jWH1/0,,20665981,00/mansion-america-39-s

        • michael arazan

          By the time my Gnex contract at VZW is up in Jan 2014, I hope the Dish/Google carrier is up and get a nexus phone there, A samsung octo core Nexus would be nice

          • Eeehhh not to kill your mood, but we’d have FCC filings and other information out the ass if such a major business was opening in just 12 months. There’s really no way.

            T-Mobile is fantastic in most medium to major metro areas. If you’re in the middle of nowhere, AT&T *might* be okay. Just have to check coverage maps and see where you stand.

    • dwm

      Same here, but add Xoom tablet to the mix. I like my Android unmasked.

    • jathak

      Same here, plus Notion Ink Adam -> Nexus 7.

    • tyson184

      same! whats next?

    • derp!

      • Nevermind, I read this as “greater than” which it wasn’t intended to be. My bad!

    • carluverdrm2004

      Same! Running Bugless Beast 4.1.2. Not an advanced user, but read enough to get Jelly Bean on my Nexus!

    • G1>Motorola Cliq>MyTouch 3G>Droid>Droid Incredible>Droid X>Droid 3>Samsung Fascinate>Droid Razr>Droid Razr Maxx> HTC One S>Galaxy Note>Galaxy S III> Galaxy Note II

      • brando56894

        14 phones? God Damn!

        • Fattie McDoogles

          I did 16, Android phones since the OG Droid, and that doesn’t include iPhones or Windows Devices.

        • I decided to try them all out at some point or another, you know? So I bought one off contract and I’ve been selling them while they’re hot ever since spending a small difference fee between. I think I’ve settled for now though πŸ™‚

      • Simon Belmont

        Fourteen phones in the a little over a year longer than the span that I’ve owned two. I guess you like to switch around.

        I tend to keep my phones for the duration of the contract. Don’t have the money to switch around that often, but I’m glad you enjoy it.

    • brando56894

      I did that in a round about way (Inc and Rezound in between those two).

  • Treknologist

    Only one, the TBolt. Eager to switch to an N4 but they need to be back in stock!

  • Jason Purp

    I envy you, Kellen

  • Jovi

    OG Droid –> Galaxy Nexus

  • Destroythanet

    Thunderbolt, Droid Charge, Galaxy Nexus GSM, Galaxy Nexus Verizon, Galaxy S3, and Galaxy Note 2.

    • S2556

      thunderbolt to charge nice.

  • ok

    Droid X -> Droid RAZR -> Droid RAZR M -> Droid DNA.