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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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  • JMonkeYJ

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

  • http://twitter.com/kanagadeepan Kanaga Deepan N

    More than 6

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

    Secondary Number:
    Huawei_Ideos –> Pantech_Burst

  • http://twitter.com/Mayzse Dave Amburn

    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

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000076089998 Zinaida Serebriakova

    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

  • C.J.

    OG Droid
    Droid X
    Fascinate
    Thunderbolt (x like 12)
    Charge
    Bionic
    Razr
    Galaxy nexus
    Razr Maxx
    GS3
    And now the Note 2….might keep this one for a while, Its fantastic!

  • 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.

  • 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? (:

  • 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

    G1
    OG Droid
    Droid Incredible
    Droid X
    Thunderbolt
    Verizon Galaxy Nexus
    Galaxy S3
    Galaxy Note 2
    Droid DNA

  • Alchemy08

    OG EVO
    EVO 3D
    NEXUS S
    DROID CHARGE
    GALAXY NEXUS
    GALAXY NOTE 2

    —FUTURE—
    NEXUS 4
    SONY Z
    GOOGLE MOTO X

  • 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!

  • https://www.facebook.com/aaron.williams.125 Champion1229

    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!

  • http://twitter.com/SandmanEight SandmanEight

    HTC Incredible -> Droid Razr Maxx -> Nexus 4

  • monkey082506

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

  • 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…

  • 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 :)

  • NorCalGuy

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

  • Daniel Clifford

    D2->Bionic->GNex

  • 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. :-P

    • 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? ;)

      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. :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/motorolazine Motorola Zine

    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

    Thunderbolt

    Verizon Galaxy Nexus

    One S

    S3

    One X

    S3

    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

  • http://www.facebook.com/Scott7861 Scott Wood

    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
    Dinc
    Fascinate
    Thunderbolt
    Droid Charge
    Galaxy Nexus
    Razr HD Maxx

  • http://www.kovdev.com/ kover

    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 :) —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

    G1
    Droid Eris
    Droid Incredible
    Fascinate
    Thunderbolt
    Xperia Play
    Galaxy Nexus
    Intuition
    Optimus G (current)

  • TimXer

    Droid X, SGSIII