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So, 2011 my trusty Panasonic EB-GD92 finally gave up (or rather its battery). I was on the way to a conference when the phone gave up, and needed a phone, so I bought something cheep that would possibly be replaced later on. The cheapest phone they had in the shop at the railway station was the Samsung Galaxy Ace.
Next phone I bought was an HTC Sensation XE
This is possibly, in my view, the most beautiful phone I ever had. I rooted it and did a lot of experiments on with the software on it. All these phones I had a rather short time. But the next one is an exception. It my HTC ONE (M7) that I used for close to four years.
I was very happy with it until the touch screen stopped working for a small vertical part of the display. Sadly enough it is not the display that is faulty but the main logic board – so I cannot fix it.
As you can see I have had a bunch of HTC phones. I particularly like the M7 because its front facing speakers. I wanted a similar phone, so I got a ZTE axon 7.
I was pleased with the phone. Low light photos could have been a bit better though, but the front facing loudspeakers are good – even though not as good as the ones on the HTC M7.
Then came the ZTE ban, and after a while I got tired of waiting for a new software. I rooted it and used it like that for a while – but gave up after a while.
Then, 2021 perhaps…. I bought a used Samsung Galaxy Note 9. I really like the S-pen, and the rest of the phone is good too.Up a level : Electronics
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