Which smartphone do you currently use?

Totempole

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Xiaomi Redmi 7, because it had the fastest SoC of any R2000 phone at the time, the Snapdragon 632.
 

diapason

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LG Stylus - don't recall the exact details.

My spare, which keeps an old number active, is a Nokia 1.
 

gottagoon

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LG Stylus - don't recall the exact details.

My spare, which keeps an old number active, is a Nokia 1.
You've a Nokia 1?
Try using it. Every post I make here is from my Nokia 1. My laptop died a while back. This little phone is a gem :)
 
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diapason

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You've a Nokia 1?
Try using it. Every post I make here is from my Nokia 1. My laptop died a while back. This little phone is a gem :)
I use the Nokia for non-Telkom numbers. The LG is my main phone on Telkom Free Me.
 

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For a moment I thought I was the only one with a Nokia. My love affair with Nokia/Microsoft/Windows OS came to a sad demise since apparently 5 people bought those phones. Hope the Android Nokia's don't go the same route
I don't think they will go the same route. They have a customer for life as long as they stick to their updating of their phones. That's what wins me over, and the price of course :D
 

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Samsung Galaxy A10. I needed to replace my Nokia Lumia 630 eventually, and although the A10 cost more than I was willing to spend, my brother spontaneously offered to cover 50% of the cost of the device. I picked it because it has a fair amount of internal storage [32Gb is plenty for me] and because it felt like a safer choice to me than a certain, similarly priced but higher specced, Chinese smartphone.
 

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Samsung Galaxy A10. I needed to replace my Nokia Lumia 630 eventually, and although the A10 cost more than I was willing to spend, my brother spontaneously offered to cover 50% of the cost of the device. I picked it because it has a fair amount of internal storage [32Gb is plenty for me] and because it felt like a safer choice to me than a certain, similarly priced but higher specced, Chinese smartphone.
You're Lumina 630 was muched loved by the Nokia community. Two screenshots below from user opinions on GSM Arena:Screenshot_20200125-134831.pngScreenshot_20200125-134918.png
 
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