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Samsung Galaxy S 9

Friday, July 19, 2019

So, I am an Android user for life. I don't want anything to do with an IPhone ( no offense ) I had a white Galaxy J7 I bought two years ago. It has been a great phone besides the fact that the phone sometimes cuts in and out when you are talking. ATT&T offered me a sweetheart deal for a Galaxy S9. I got it yesterday. Here is my pro/cons list: Pros *Great camera * Lots of updated features * Speakers sound crisp. Cons * It is glass ( needs a case unlike my J7) * It is smaller * You need a special tool to put SIM card in. The tool comes in the box. * It only comes in Black, Coral Blue and Lilac Purple. ( I got the Purple one but prefer white) This is my personalized list. Anyone out there got a Samsung watch? If so, which one and do you like it?
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    I have the S( and love it You just have to get use to the where all the features you use and how easy to locate them. I had T=Mobile but a glass protector on for me and I also got a simple case from them. I have had mine since they came on the market and have been really happy with it. I had an S5 that was giving up the ghost when I changed. I usually keep a phone as long as it functions for my purposes.
    593 days ago
    I was an android user, thenI got an iPhone,but went back to android. iPhone is a lot of hype and $$$$ wasted.I think the cutting in an out is more your company than the phone, towers they use. I have Moto z. Love it but really what's with glass these days. My last Moto z had a shatterproof screen and they went back to glass. ??????

    593 days ago
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    Well , I am happy to hear you are pleased with your phone. I started with an LG and was offered an iPhone by my carrier, so I’m hooked. But I must say it never cuts out even when we travel. Always good to get a recommendation. .
    593 days ago
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