What's Your Smartphone Lineage?

KwitkoKwitko Sheriff of Banning (Retired)By the thing near the stuff
edited September 2014 in Science & Tech

As I quietly put my OnePlus One to sleep for the night, I couldn't help but think of all the great smartphones I have had over the years. Starting with the Motorola Q, I've had the following:
Motorola Q
iPhone 3G
HTC Hero
HTC EVO 4G
Samsung Galaxy SII
Samsung Galaxy S4
Google Nexus 5
OnePlus One

What's your lineage?

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  • primesuspectprimesuspect Beepin n' Boopin Detroit, MI

    T-Mobile G1
    T-Mobile G2
    HTC One S
    Sony Xperia Z1S

  • JokkeJokke Bergen, Norway
    edited September 2014

    HTC HD2 (Leo)
    Samsung Galaxy Nexus (Maguro) (Currently in use as a GPS/map in my car)
    Current: Samsung Galaxy Note 3.

  • mertesnmertesn I am Bobby Miller Yukon, OK

    iPhone
    iPhone 3GS
    Moto Droid
    Galaxy Nexus
    iPhone 5s

  • GnomeWizarddGnomeWizardd Member 4 Life Akron, PA

    Samsung Exibit II
    Iphone 4s
    Galaxy S5

  • BlackHawkBlackHawk Bible music connoisseur There's no place like 127.0.0.1

    HTC TyTn (Windows Mobile)
    iPhone 3G
    Samsung Captivate (Galaxy S)
    Samsung Skyrocket (Galaxy S2)
    Samsung Galaxy Note 3

  • CrazyJoeCrazyJoe Winter Springs, FL

    Motorola V300
    Motorola Razr V3
    Palm Pre
    Samsung Epic
    Samsung Galaxy S
    Samsung Galaxy Nexus
    Samsung Galaxy S3
    Samsung Galaxy S5

    The Palm Pre was still my favorite phone of all the ones I've had. I was sad when Palm OS didn't take off as it was better in many ways to Android at the time. I still do have my HP touchpad rocking WebOS though.

    Garg
  • ThraxThrax Professional Shill, Watch Slut, Mumble Hivemind Drone Austin, TX

    BlackBerry Bold
    Galaxy Nexus
    Nexus 4
    OnePlus One

  • LincLinc Bard Detroit

    iPhone 4
    iPhone 5

    :whatever: .

    JBoogaloo
  • MiracleManSMiracleManS Chambersburg, PA

    Blackberry Storm (oh god why)
    HTC Thunderbolt (two for two!)
    Samsung Galaxy S4 (honestly not so bad)

  • drasnordrasnor Starship Operator Hawthorne, CA

    HTC Espresso
    HTC Doubleshot
    Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4g

    See a trend?

  • ThraxThrax Professional Shill, Watch Slut, Mumble Hivemind Drone Austin, TX

    Keyboards.

  • JokkeJokke Bergen, Norway

    And here I was trying to figure out what the Galaxy S Relay had to do with coffee.

  • Blackberry Curve
    Motorola Droid OG
    Galaxy Nexus
    OnePlus One

  • TushonTushon I'm scared, Coach Alexandria, VA

    HTC Inspire
    Nexus 4
    Nexus 5

  • GnomeQueenGnomeQueen The Lulz Queen Mountain Dew Mouth
    edited September 2014

    Droid
    Galaxy S2
    HTC One

  • drasnordrasnor Starship Operator Hawthorne, CA

    @Thrax said:
    Keyboards.

    Got it in one. It's too bad nobody is interested in my business anymore.

  • I still my my BB Curve's keyboard :(

    Such a fantastic device - some sort of blended android/palm keyboard hybrid would be the bee's knees.

  • MrTRiotMrTRiot Living in the North
    edited September 2014

    INQ Chat 3G
    INQ Cloud Touch
    Blackberry Curve
    Nexus 4
    Nexus 5

    I had the cloud touch for the longest time and went back to it after I got annoyed with the curve...and after the N4 got stolen...It still works years later despite a cracked screen... and being eons behind current tech.

  • Blackberry Curve 8300
    Blackberry Bold 9700
    iPhone 4

    There's talk of Google releasing its own phone OS, but I think that's just Internet rumor.

    KwitkoprimesuspectMiracleManSGarg
  • KwitkoKwitko Sheriff of Banning (Retired) By the thing near the stuff

    Forgot to mention my Motorola Q, which I had before I switched to the iPhone.

  • SnarkasmSnarkasm Madison, WI

    Oh dear.

    HTC TyTN II
    HTC Touch Pro2
    HTC Hero
    HTC Nexus One
    HTC Desire
    HTC Desire Z
    Samsung Galaxy Nexus
    Samsung Nexus 4
    LG Nexus 5

    HTC used to make such great phones... -sigh-

    I feel like I must have had a phone between the DZ and the GNex, but I'll be darned if I can remember it. Given my lineage, I find it unlikely I stuck with the DZ for over a year, but maybe so.

  • AlexDeGruvenAlexDeGruven Wut? Meechigan

    Lessee:

    HTC Touch/Elf (WinMo)
    Samsung Moment
    Samsung Fascinate
    Samsung Droid Charge
    Samsung Galaxy S III
    MotoX

    So far, the X is far and away the best of these phones in all aspects. I'll probably move up to the new X soon.

  • GargGarg Purveyor of Lincoln Nightmares

    T-Mobile G1
    T-Mobile G2
    Samsung Note 2

    Currently deciding between messing with my Note 2's ROM some more or getting a Note 4. Wish there were more stylusphone options.

  • ThraxThrax Professional Shill, Watch Slut, Mumble Hivemind Drone Austin, TX

    Any phone will work with a stylus.

  • AlexDeGruvenAlexDeGruven Wut? Meechigan

    Not note-style (wacom digitizer)

  • T-Mobile G1
    Nexus One
    Galaxy Nexus
    Nexus 4
    Nexus 5

    WHUT.

    @Thrax said:
    Any phone will work with a stylus.

    Including the S-pen? I thought there was special hardware mojo involved with making that work. All the styluses I've seen that are universally compatible are the big eraser tipped looking things that seem like they would offer no precision benefit over just using your finger.

  • AlexDeGruvenAlexDeGruven Wut? Meechigan

    See my response.

    The note-style stylus requires the wacom add-on to the digitizer. But any capacitive stylus will work on any phone these days.

  • ThraxThrax Professional Shill, Watch Slut, Mumble Hivemind Drone Austin, TX

    @AlexDeGruven‌ is correct. The digitizer layer in the Note series is pressure sensitive. But I'm suspicious that people make use of that pressure sensitivity as the use cases are oddly specific for a phone. In the event my supposition is correct, then any ol' capacitive stylus will do.

  • BasilBasil Nubcaek England
    edited September 2014

    Nokia 7600 (I count it dammit)
    ZTE Blade
    Samsung Galaxy Note
    Debating the pricey Note 3 or a cheap and cheerful 5" Moto G for my next device (my Note is not so slowly dying).

    The Note's s-pen uses electo-magnetic resonance witchcraft so it really doesn't compare with a generic capacitive stylus (doesn't have to touch the screen to interact with the device, has a button which functions as an alt key, etc).

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