How long does your smartphone last?


How long does your smartphone last?

  1. < 3 months

  2. < 1 year

  3. < 3 years

  4. < 5 years

  5. others

  1. clayginn
    KitKat May 10, 2014

    clayginn , May 10, 2014 :
    It's a great way as I get a new phone every year and out of pocket is normally around $150-$200.

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  2. Jevoly
    Marshmallow Community Expert May 10, 2014

    Jevoly , May 10, 2014 :
    true, that's y i'm here... :)

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  3. damindeater
    Cupcake May 10, 2014

    damindeater , May 10, 2014 :
    I used my HTC Desire HD for over 3years, but gave to my sister, because she damaged her phone, so now i just got a S3.

  4. dbthanatos
    Gingerbread May 11, 2014

  5. jlg1234
    Honeycomb May 11, 2014

    jlg1234 , May 11, 2014 :
    The first week I received my HTC EVO LTE I had to exchange it for another one because of antenna/software issues, it couldn't connect to 3G service. This was in the beginning of Sprint rolling out there 4G in some states. I had to wait a year and a half before 4G was finally available in my state, now two years later the phone is starting to act up not connecting to 4G or 3G. Took it to Sprint today I should get a replacement next week. I'm pretty much done with Sprint and HTC, T-Mobile here I come.

  6. AeshmA
    Jelly Bean May 11, 2014

    AeshmA , May 11, 2014 :
    Physically my phones last for years, for example my N9 is still like new and it was bought september 2011.
    I've always been a bit paranoid to handle my electronics with care, I once a week clean the dust with microfiber cloth off them so they also look good (my tiny bachelor apartment has projector with ~100" screen, PS3, Xbox360, WiiU, 5.0 audio equipment with piano white coating + Pioneer amp, computer with 27" Dell screen, Samsung ulrabook, 42" IPS-screen in bedroom, 3 cellphones etc.).
    I also have always considered the resell value so that's why I keep everything in good condition and beware of dropping them.

  7. electro_conduit
    Jelly Bean May 11, 2014

  8. Azkendrick
    Honeycomb May 11, 2014

  9. HD2kitkat
    Ice Cream Sandwich May 11, 2014

    HD2kitkat , May 11, 2014 :
    Daughter using my HTC Legend, I'm using my wife's repaired work phone (HTC HD2: Water died out, screen replaced, winmo->CM sw change). Both abt 4 y.o. aged, but still functional.:eek:

  10. the_alchemist
    Gingerbread May 11, 2014

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  11. hayt
    Ice Cream Sandwich May 11, 2014

    hayt , May 11, 2014 :
    I did almost same with my htc desire hd due to lack of space a can't change battery but with cm is a different phone now. However at this moment I'm using oppo R819 most of the time.

  12. scwei
    Ice Cream Sandwich May 11, 2014

  13. scandyb
    Froyo May 11, 2014

    scandyb , May 11, 2014 :
    Samsung Galaxy SIII here. I would've kept that too. But this phone has me feigning the same way I was for the G3→OPO white

  14. sryan1987
    Honeycomb May 11, 2014

    sryan1987 , May 11, 2014 :
    I've got a non LTE phone on Tmobile. I can't wait to experience LTE. 4g is quick though. Gs3 does the job.

  15. vtownlove
    Ice Cream Sandwich May 11, 2014

    vtownlove , May 11, 2014 :
    Galaxy S 2. Got it in May of 2011, so 3 years. I'm convinced it is one of the best phones ever made. I never have had a single issue and since every update, the phone just got better and gave me no reason to get another phone. No other phone blew me out of the water. But the OPO is different. I like phones that are game changers. My phone before SG2 was the HTC HD2, which was completely revolutionary when it came out. It's funny how many people used to make fun of me for having a ridiculously large phone then. Now it seems small.

  16. dash2046
    Gingerbread May 11, 2014

    dash2046 , May 11, 2014 :
    I still use my HTC ONE X for two years, and I am waiting the OPO.But I can' t wait cause it ' s battery get weak.

  17. sha1106
    Honeycomb May 11, 2014

    sha1106 , May 11, 2014 :
    Droid Incredible was my first smartphone, and I had it for two years. Since then, I had Samsung Galaxy S3, HTC Droid DNA, and Naxus 4, all less than a year and some just few months. It looks like Nxus 5, my current daily driver bought at the day of launch, will not make it past a year, either.

    Hopefully, I will be in it for along haul with OPO.

  18. triamanlc
    Froyo May 11, 2014

    triamanlc , May 11, 2014 :
    normally 2 to 3 years. But if i really like it then i can hold out until it broke.

  19. wizard
    Ice Cream Sandwich May 11, 2014

    wizard , May 11, 2014 :
    Yes normally around 3 years but depends if you can buy the oneplus and they upgrade each year then i would buy a new one each yeah :)

  20. virgil1981
    KitKat May 11, 2014