Date: 2013-01-25 07:01 am (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
The point I was trying to make, you in fact also made (which leads me to believe we're not reading each other's message quite right o.O) is definitely about the device/handset. Picking the right combination of hardware/battery is essential. iPhone hardware is fairly standard. Devices which run Android are certainly not. The market is full of companies trying to sell their 'cheap'(and nasty) devices running Android.

If the concern is about user friendliness, maybe there should be a write up focusing on the differences between Android and iOS, not a particular phone which happened to run Android (along with its particular manufacturer's modifications).

Kies had teething issues. I don't deny it. Now it's matured a bit. At least on Windows platforms :) Just make sure the Android phone is on Kies mode before plugging it in to USB.

Hopefully your new phone serves you well.
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