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Date: 2013-01-24 09:08 pm (UTC)
Yup Android is the far superior choice for people with some tech savvy, and it's nice hearing the perspective from someone who's used both brands. But don't buy your phones out full; always try to get one with a plan. I picked up my HTC Desire for $50 (still going strong almost 3 years later) iPhone battery is pretty good but the nice thing about Android customization is that you can tweak it quite a bit. I'm able to get just over a full day of reasonable use out of Desire. On topic of customizing, custom roms are the way to go for frequent OS updates - The stock vendor roms are usually sluggish and updated quite infrequently. CyanogenMod is worth a look. Shucks about your screen :( It really does depend on the orientation and momentum of the drop though - I too have shattered my screen lol. The phone dropped many times before with no real damage but that one time, the screen shattered from a corner to the center. So I'm gonna throw up an Android app here because I've been finding it so useful - check out 'My Data Manager' (not at all affiliated)
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