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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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  • 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.

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  • 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 🙁 )

    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 😉

  • 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