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Android Phone Recommendation

10,780 574 October 4, 2019 at 11:24 AM
I am in the market for a new phone, replacing iPhone and it's not compatible to my line of work.

Please recommend one phone for me should last few years. Thank you.

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I'm still on my Galaxy S8, because there hasn't been enough of an improvement for me to drop my current device and upgrade. That said, if I was just joining the market, I'd go for a 10s. You'll be amazed at the things you can do with your device out of the box with android, unlike iOS's locked down system. (For instance, you can actually see the files that are stored on the device, unlike apple where you download a pdf and have no f-ing clue where it went unless you open an app first).
10s is plenty powerful and you should be able to get it pretty cheap.
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I had the S8 for about 2 years. went with a moto Z4 w/5g mod.
Phone performance is ok but the screen is sub par to the S8
My line of work I've scratched the moto but went almost 2 years without damages to S8 screen
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cheapest modern android as in this year is a LG G8., doesnt have good resale value but its a modern phone. can be had for 250 to 300 used.
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Guys, per your recommendations, I switched from iPhone to Samsung Note 10+ 5G phone. However, I have one issue, there is no Microsoft Exchange which I needed the most for emails. Somehow, there is an app for Google Exchange and it's working, but WTH should I add corporate email into Google Exchange? I chatted with Samsung tech and they couldn't find it either. Tomorrow morning I will go to Verizon and take their support, if not, back to a new iPhone.
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