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A few sites saying Motorola will be making the next Nexus. I'm a long way from my upgrade though but I'm more than happy with my Nexus 5.
ThanksOne tech website rated the LG3 no.1 and the LG2 no.4. Not bad recommendation. I couldn't own one though.
I'll need to have a longer play with an M8 and the others.
Another vote for the HTC Mini 2 here. I had a Nokia Lumia 800 that was great to be honest, but the HTC is better.I love my HTC One M8 - it's easily my favourite.
Even the wife loved it and she usually doesn't give a s**t about phones! She liked it that much she got a HTC One Mini 2 for herself. That's a great phone too if anyones looking.
Exactly, the settings stuff in iOS is full r****d, so much quicker and easier on Android. Am just waiting for all the people who have been banging on for years about how the iphone is the perfect size, don't want any bigger etc. to then realise bigger is better (to a point), not least for improved battery life. God damn wall huggers.I just find them infuriating! It's the little things like the app drawer and in-app settings in Android that just make it awesome. That and the bigger, sharper screen, widgets (do iphones now have these someone said above?), Adobe flash player (yes it's old and s**t, but it's nice to have for the odd times it's needed!), NFC, Google Now, etc.
What was she not impressed about? The One is an absolutely fantastic phone, even now 18 months after release.My cousins partner was not impressed by her HTC one but i'm led to believe the M8 is much better!
Come on Alan! That's not flagship enough for moi!OnePlus One - Boy at the gym has just bought one, seems more than reasonably prices for what it is/does: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00L5L952W/?tag=cliospnet01-21
f**k me Danny you've swapped between phones more times than I've had hot dinners.I've decided I need to sell my nexus 5 and the lg g watch I use with it and go back to iphone. The continuity with my Mac and loss of face time is proving killer for me