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    Default What would be your 'Perfect' Android phone?

    Hello everyone,

    I thought it would be fun to talk about everyone's 100% perfect, ideal, no holds barred phone. Price is no issue, all carries get outstanding coverage in your area, you have the ultimate choice. Here's mine:

    Nokia Lumia 1520-I love big phones, and Nokia makes really great hardware. Internals are right there with the best of the current Androids, and the camera is great as always with Nokia. 32gb internal storage, plus SD card slot so I can load some movies up on long trips. Wireless charging included as well. One change would be switching the capacitive buttons for on screen ones. Software would be what Motorola has running on the Moto X, but with Nokia's camera app and Here Maps. Carrier wise, I recently switched to T-Mobile's $30 pre pay plan so it would need to be compatible with their LTE bands (as a side note, I'm really hoping a version of the 1520 comes to T-Mobile).

    What would you all want in your perfect phone?
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    Since I'm used to the bigger screens now, I 'd like to see a 5.7" Nexus device with 64GB of memory with BEATS audio loaded on there
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    Nexus 5 with SD/removable battery. And a faster camera shutter. I can't think of anything better than that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffDenver View Post
    Nexus 5 with SD/removable battery. And a faster camera shutter. I can't think of anything better than that.
    Yup but I would go for mentioning 3000mah battery (removable)

    16mgp camera with ois

    3gb ram

    And same design but bump the screen to 5.2"

    ERM yup that would do it oh and yes 32gb base model with expansion upto 64gb.

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    The Ubuntu Edge was going to be a cool phone. Sad that they're never going to make it, and I'll probably never get my hands on it.

    It had a sapphire screen that was nigh unscratchable. You could grind it with a concrete block and it wouldn't scratch.

    A full fledged desktop OS.

    128 GB internal storage.

    4 GB of RAM.

    And a whole bunch of other cool stuff I can't remember.
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    What would your dream device be like?

    Mine would have 64GB of internal memory (with the option to expand with micro SD), a 5.8" display, QHD, waterproof, and Bose quality sound. It would be amazing if it was built so well that when dropped you wouldn't have a mini heart attack because you know it could survive a fall
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    I'd want a 4.7" phone with metal body like the M8. Latest snapdragon, at least 2 gigs of RAM, a strong camera, and a 1080p screen if it can be squeezed in there. Basically I want a Z1 compact with refreshed internals and a design that speaks better to my sense of style.

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    An HTC m8 with a non ****ty camera

    Posted from my Nexus 7 2013 or Samsung galaxy S5
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    I think my dream device, on android anyway, would have to be like the Padfone X. It really just needs more internal space. I had the note 3 and while it is a big phone, I think Asus might be on to something. I think 32gb should be the norm, not 16. But the fact you can insert it into a tablet is really just awesome. So, a 5" display, with the latest snapdragon in it, 32gb at least with the SD card expansion, the 9" tablet dock with smaller bezels, 3400mah battery in the phone itself, 3gb of RAM and of course an awesome camera with ois.
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    A 6 inch screen version of the moto x with either 1080p or QHD....13 mp camera with OIS that actually takes great pictures....removable battery.....64gb storage...3gb of ram....stylus capabilities....yeah that would be a good start lol
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    I want a phone like the Droid Maxx but with onscreen buttons and a better camera. So basically a 5" screen, 3000 mah + battery, Moto software, has Kevlar coating and a 13mp camera.
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    I found it!👍

    SENT VIA MY LG G-FLEX ON SPRINT, POSTED BY ANDROID CENTRALS APP....LIFE IS GOOD✌
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    Default Re: What would be your 'Perfect' Android phone?

    Moto X form factor and software enhancements
    GS5 display and camera
    Expandable MicroSD storage
    3000+ mAh battery
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    4.7-5" screen
    QHD
    20 MP with OIS
    3GB Ram.
    64 GB + onboard storage
    3000+ mAh battery (removable)
    Stock or minimally skinned a la Motorola.
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    The Z2 is as close to perfect as I want so if I could add anything to it, it would be the ability to seduce supermodels instantly using a dedicated extra antenna.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ccota08 View Post
    Moto X form factor and software enhancements
    GS5 display and camera
    Expandable MicroSD storage
    3000+ mAh battery
    This.

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    Would be happy with:

    The current Nexus 5 with a SD card slot, 3GB RAM, 3500Mah Battery, IP69 water and dust proof and 13MP camera with 4K video recording.
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    Moto X size, shape and features
    with an SD option or 64Gb option
    Samsung/iPhone quality camera
    running android build 10.6 or so
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    LG G3 size and shape with a stylus, 4GB RAM, 4000mah removable battery, latest processor, 128GB space with micro SD card, RAW format photos, QHD screen, and stock android with unlocked bootloader.

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    I love the design of the Nexus 5. It is the perfect size too, anything bigger I would rather just use a tablet! I assume the software is excellent too. But I hate LG and the hardware on this phone.

    I like the hardware of the S5 and Z2. Combine that hardware with the design and software of the Nexus 5 and you have a homerun.

    What to do with my upgrade in August..?
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    Default Re: What would be your 'Perfect' Android phone?

    Start with the G3.

    Make it waterproof/dust proof

    Have front facing speakers

    Take the M8's 5MP front camera.

    Add support for a stylus

    Snapdragon 805

    Game, set, match.

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    An HTC One M7 with a 3000 mah battery, an 8 mp ultra pixel camera, traditional buttons, and actual good marketing. It will be called the M9 and save HTC ;-)

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    Dream Android Phone!

    5.5 inch QHD-4k/2k display panel with 700 density or above if achievement
    Snapdragon 1000 Series - the next level of generations processors, beefiest graphic processors
    4GHZ - speed clocks all quad-cores example: each core will run 1GHZ to produced 4GHZ include same steps for graphic cores processors
    Advanced battery technology well above 7,000mAh if achievement
    Ditch ROM and introduces nano-SSD to mobile spaces, make 128GB storage and SD slots ready
    Nikon camera processors? Why not
    New flavor Android OS-latest

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    5.5" 1920x1080 screen, 3,500 mAh battery, 3 GB RAM, 64 GB storage, fantastic camera with OIS, Qi charging, and an IR blaster. The G3 gets close, but they went with a higher res screen and the US version doesn't come with Qi.
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    LG Optimus G body and build quality (one of (THE) best in all of Android-land)
    around 5'' 1080P (beyond 1080P is overkill IMO; LG can do their thing with displays excellently.)
    Xperia Z2 camera, noise-canceling tech
    3000mAh+ battery (Lithium polymer)
    QSD 801 + 3GB RAM + 59GB memory (I'd say 64, but with Android ROMs, they take GB's of space for the OS elements.)
    Carbon fibre frame, glass composite panels (the stuff they use in aeroplane glasses.)
    AOKP or the like.

    I'd pay as much as it takes to get this!
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