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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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  • ERIC REED

    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.

  • http://www.facebook.com/joeyklatzko Joseph Klatzko

    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

    • ERIC REED

      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

  • http://twitter.com/alexgra29557020 alex graham

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

  • http://www.twitter.com/nblufire12 Nathan Patel

    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
    Fascinate
    Thunderbolt
    Incredible 2
    Droid3
    Rezound
    GS3
    Note 2 – best phone ever im going to keep this one for a while.

  • http://www.facebook.com/nadeemqasem Nadeem Qasem

    He seems like the type who in a week would hand

  • http://twitter.com/HughHansen Hugh Hansen

    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

  • 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

  • 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 :D

  • 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.

  • Jonathan Williams

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

  • Nexaholic

    N1–>GNex–>N4

  • Jack

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

  • http://twitter.com/bmt626 Brandon Taylor

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

  • 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

  • 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.

  • http://meatcastle.com/ Youre My Boy Bloo

    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

  • 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.

  • http://profiles.google.com/tdrussell1 Trent Russell

    Droid X -> Razr MAXX -> Galaxy Note 2

  • skyskioc

    DROID X->GNEX

  • 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.

  • Jeremy

    OG droid, Droid X, X2, Thunderbolt, Bionic, Gnex, S3, Note 2. I’m an app dev, so I have an excuse :) 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.

  • xformulax

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

  • http://www.facebook.com/nicholas.herndon.3 Nicholas Herndon

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

  • Alex Fischer

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

  • 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.

  • 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 :-)

  • http://4LadyDi.blogpsot.com/ Lady Di

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

  • 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.

  • http://twitter.com/howzball Mike

    OG Droid :) –> Droid 3 :(

  • Nayners

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

  • http://techonblogger.ward.pro/ Stynkfysh

    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.