I dont understand. . 135153 ?. I've had my phone since I was 2 and it still works fine, I've never even charged it. I dont understand 135153 ? I've had my phone since was 2 and it still works fine never even charged
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#15 - spellingspetsnaz
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(01/09/2013) [-]
I've had my phone since I was 2 and it still works fine, I've never even charged it.
User avatar #7 - mookiez
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cpu uasge, You boobs.
User avatar #8 to #7 - smokedmeatlog
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This guy right here gets it.
#30 - mrcrowleysr
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why would you need the battery to last more than one day? you charge it when you get home, its not a big deal..
why would you need the battery to last more than one day? you charge it when you get home, its not a big deal..
#37 to #30 - adxminisgay **User deleted account**
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#62 to #37 - mrcrowleysr
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doesn't matter the lifestyle you have, you'll eventually go home to sleep sometime, imbecile.
#31 to #30 - silasdg
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Some people work doubles, or go to school and work, some people don't even go home some nights. others may even forget to place it on the charger the night before.   
   
Point being if I can have more battery why not?
Some people work doubles, or go to school and work, some people don't even go home some nights. others may even forget to place it on the charger the night before.

Point being if I can have more battery why not?

#32 to #31 - mrcrowleysr
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I'm pretty sure there are plug outlets or computers at school and work.
#33 to #32 - silasdg
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Yes but who wants to carry a charger around everywhere they go to plug in. If I was cool with plugging in every 5 feet i'd just use this.

I bought a nice thin smartphone for convenience not so that I could carry around a charging brick the size of another phone.
#40 to #33 - tricksandshit
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I know some of my friends who have 2 spare charged batteries in their backpacks
#17 - bahh
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One has a greater processor, more graphics to process, simultaneous applications running as well as wi-fi, bluetooth and a touch screen. All of which must be managed by a similiar size battery to the earlier phone, sure enough batteries got better, but phones these days have so much **** to deal with. You don't know them. You don't their life. You don't know what they've been through.
User avatar #35 to #17 - silasdg
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My Droid Razr does all of that and last's three days.

Came from a rough neighborhood so it has to know how to deal.
#14 - lucidria
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I've left my new TracFone on since I got it on Christmas and it hasn't gone down a single bar.
#22 to #14 - anon id: 1c1c52c4
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please tell me more about how you browse the web on wifi while using gps with google maps
#24 to #22 - lucidria
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Please tell me why I would need to.
#43 - xtrem
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am still using Nokia E71 ,   the battery is dead ( 2 hours max )  ,  i want to get a new phone , one that can handle a fall , and has some big buttons    
any recommendations ?
am still using Nokia E71 , the battery is dead ( 2 hours max ) , i want to get a new phone , one that can handle a fall , and has some big buttons
any recommendations ?
User avatar #45 to #43 - iamthou
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well if you're looking for a smartphone, you can easily add an otterbox or lifeproof case which will handle falls no problems

the life proofs cost more but are well worth it due to it being waterproof and not having the rubber ripping apart. I take my phone into the shower with me a lot now and listen to music
User avatar #46 to #45 - xtrem
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thanks, i never considered the lifeproofs to endure falls, you'd laugh if i told you am going to look for a metalic lifeproof before the phone itself
User avatar #47 to #46 - iamthou
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well be wary of metallic cases, they can(not saying they will but the possibility is greater) block cell signals, wifi signals, and make it harder to use with a cellphone booster
User avatar #50 to #47 - xtrem
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i see, i bet they wont let me test the phone+ cover at the shop :/
thanks for the advices
User avatar #51 to #50 - iamthou
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well check and see if any of the employees have that style of case and let them do a demonstration for you. they most likely will
#52 to #43 - Sylphion
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I use an iPhone 4s + Otterbox Defender. It's bulky as hell, but it survived a **** ton of drops. The phone itself has decent battery life, it usually lasts 12 hours with 3G turned on (provided you're not constantly using it or playing games, that **** drains battery fast).
#27 - beep
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Use a nokia 3310 then, you boob.

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#3 - niggerjoethethird
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#2 - tricksandshit
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If you don't understand you shouldn't own one.
User avatar #18 - lissblizz [OP]
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guys I was clearly joking when I wrote I didn't understand.......
#19 to #18 - bluelight
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well i forgive you