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    Default I finally gave up my DNA.

    I passed on phones from Samsung and HTC but my new G3 is charging now. Will decide these next two weeks if it's a keeper or not.

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    Good luck with your new phone. I'm loving my G3 so far

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    Default Re: I finally gave up my DNA.

    Hope you'll report back here. My DNA is going strong {fingers crossed} but I've been wondering what my next phone might be.
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    Update?

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    Default Re: I finally gave up my DNA.

    Quote Originally Posted by ffejjj View Post
    Update?

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    Have been working 12 hour shifts since purchasing Sunday, so I haven't had much time to play with it. First impression is I like it. Will get more in depth this weekend.

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    Iv been thinking about the galaxy note 3

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    Default Re: I finally gave up my DNA.

    Well, today my dog knocked my DNA off my desk & the screen shattered. It's usable, I've put a screen protector on to keep the bits & pieces of glass in place. I was not at all ready to renew my Verizon contract nor shell out money for a new phone & all of its accessories.
    But I'll be watching this thread while trying to figure out what phone I might want if my DNA really starts misbehaving. I do still have my previous Thunderbolt that I could put back into action, but that's a real step backward.
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    Default Re: I finally gave up my DNA.

    So tomorrow is my 14th day and I will be keeping the G3. In a nutshell it's everything I liked about the DNA and also fixes what I didn't like. Big great looking screen, feels good in hand, works with no issues (exchanged my first one, this one is issue free). The DNA had a pretty good camera, this one is better, plus a removable battery and accepts a SD card. It's a great phone period
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    Quote Originally Posted by metz65 View Post
    So tomorrow is my 14th day and I will be keeping the G3. In a nutshell it's everything I liked about the DNA and also fixes what I didn't like. Big great looking screen, feels good in hand, works with no issues (exchanged my first one, this one is issue free). The DNA had a pretty good camera, this one is better, plus a removable battery and accepts a SD card. It's a great phone period
    Glad to see the exchange worked out for you.

    I also left an HTC (One) for the G3 and I'm pretty satisfied.

    One thing I do give htc is they do build a durable phone. That's been my experience anyway

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    Default Re: I finally gave up my DNA.

    I'm curious about whether you considered the Samsung Galaxy S5?
    And over the weekend my dog knocked my DNA off my desk & the screen shattered. A screen protector is keeping everything in place & everything seems to work - except that it's pretty hard to read anything on the lower half of the screen. So now I have to begin thinking about a new phone BUT I'm not ready for an upgrade yet & don't have the money to pay full price
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    Quote Originally Posted by cegabq View Post
    I'm curious about whether you considered the Samsung Galaxy S5?
    And over the weekend my dog knocked my DNA off my desk & the screen shattered. A screen protector is keeping everything in place & everything seems to work - except that it's pretty hard to read anything on the lower half of the screen. So now I have to begin thinking about a new phone BUT I'm not ready for an upgrade yet & don't have the money to pay full price
    No, I never considered the S5. The worst experience and most trouble I have ever had with a smart phone was a Samsung device. I know they aren't the same but the whole headache left a sour taste for Samsung.
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    Default Re: I finally gave up my DNA.

    Same boat here. I loved my DNA but the G3 was such a upgrade I had to move on.
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    Default Re: I finally gave up my DNA.

    I have to wait until March to upgrade.
    I've been getting some brief, minor Sim card interruptions which don't really bother me.
    Maybe the M8 will be free by then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dnafog View Post
    I have to wait until March to upgrade.
    I've been getting some brief, minor Sim card interruptions which don't really bother me.
    Maybe the M8 will be free by then.
    I've got to wait until December - not quite so long; so far, even with a shattered screen, with the screen protector on, it's working fine - just very hard to read anything on the bottom third of the screen {keeping fingers crossed until December; if it does stop working, I'll reactivate my Thunderbolt until I can upgrade}
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    Default Re: I finally gave up my DNA.

    For better or worse I have decided to downsize. The new droid maxx is a rumor and the xperia z3 compact is a distant dream. The fire sale for the 2013 moto x is here - $.01 for 16 gig and $50 for 32. My DNA has been a great phone, though the os update before the most recent one made me hate it for a while. I know I'll miss wireless charging but other than that, any reason not to go for it?
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    Droid Does!! I get an upgrade ticket in December and I am dreaming about a Droid Turbo by Motorola. I like the Droids I started with an original Motorola Droid and like it a lot , no problems with it. Then upgraded to a HTC DNA which is still great but there has always been software issues I can't explain lots of times it cleared with a restart. onto bigger and better

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    Default Re: I finally gave up my DNA.

    Yup im done with mine and HTC for now....Ive only ever had HTC smartphones and before that a lot of LG dumb phones (i still miss my EnV flip screen). Now im just waiting for my upgrade and grabbing the G3. Cant wait!
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