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What OS does your Phone use?

  

67 members have voted

  1. 1. What OS?

    • Android
      49
    • iOS
      8
    • Windows
      4
    • Symbian
      1
    • Proprietary OS from Phone Manufacturer
      1
    • Dont Know
      2
    • Other?
      2


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Well since we are mostly (ok all) Computer Geeks here, many of us will have 'smartphones'. This weeks poll looks to see what OS your phone is using.

 

So, What OS is your phone using? Is it Android? Or maybe Symbian? 

 

Let us know on OCC Poll.

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Have used a lot of different smart phones and found I like my Lumia 925 best.

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I live in the dark ages with a non-smart Java powered phone.

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Probably Java. My phone is half your age but it still makes calls  :P

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I don't know. I have a slider that's probably 5 years old. The only thing wrong (other than some scratches) is that the battery doesn't last as long as it used to. I have to charge it every other day now, I used to be able to go nearly a week without charging it.

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Android on my personal phone...unfortunately BlackBerry OS on the work phone. :lol:

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iOS. Just upgraded from a 3GS to a 5S roughly a month ago and love it.

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iOS. Just upgraded from a 3GS to a 5S roughly a month ago and love it.

Thumbprint recognition, stored by Apple...waiting to be hacked by everyone including USA... :yucky: boo 5S. Stick with 5!

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iOS. Just upgraded from a 3GS to a 5S roughly a month ago and love it.

Thumbprint recognition, stored by Apple...waiting to be hacked by everyone including USA... :yucky: boo 5S. Stick with 5!

 

I love TouchID - it actually makes accessing the phone even quicker than not locking the phone at all because you don't even have to swipe.

 

Sorry, I'm not a Big Brother conspiratist.

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Currently using iOS. I would switch to Android if the 32gb version of the Nexus 5 was available in my country. :(

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