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Does wallpaper define a device (initially?)
Maybe it's just me but as smartphones come to market, the first thing I notice is the stock wallpaper. Samsung S4 and Note 3 has theirs, HTC One and LG G2 theirs, Moto X and G their introductory wallpaper on these devices, etc. Do you ever turn your LG G2 into an S4 by switching wallpapers and have a pseudo hybrid of a device? I really don't like LG 's stock wallpaper but enjoy Sony Experia wallpaper on my G2. I believe the G2 is the best performing handset on the market, but it's fun to place stock wallpapers from other devices and see what it would be like to "own" the other phones now available. There are thousands of great wallpapers to choose from, but I enjoy changing up stock wallpapers and live with a Note 3 for a day! (I really don't need a stylus, lol!)
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- 01-04-2014, 05:00 PM #2
Re: Does wallpaper define a device (initially?)Does wallpaper define a device ?"All information is imperfect. We have to treat it with humility."
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- 01-04-2014, 05:10 PM #3
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Re: Does wallpaper define a device (initially?)
I've been quite impressed by the G2, but I don't really like any of the wallpapers that came with it. I get good wallpapers (Xperia, Moto X, HTC, CM) from Zedge and various apps. Also turn on inverted color if I want a different look.
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