Back with my Nexus 6...again.

ElronTheElder

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Lumia 950 XL Dual Sim going back to MS today. Darn.
Solid phone, OS needs work but doable.
Reception, well.....problem was it competes with my Nexus 6.
Moto has a rep for a reason.
Best reception in the business, hands down.
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Lumia 950 XL Dual Sim going back to MS today. Darn.
Solid phone, OS needs work but doable.
Reception, well.....problem was it competes with my Nexus 6.
Moto has a rep for a reason.
Best reception in the business, hands down.
:cool:

So you're saying the 950 doesn't compare to the Nexus in regards to radio quality?

I wonder if illiterate people get the full effect of alphabet soup
 

Ed Briggs

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My attempt at humor.
Point being: A phone with a bad signal is not acceptable.
Because it's chief function is being a phone.

Not if you ask the younger generation. Most of the younger people I know rarely make phone calls. They will make a call only if it's absolutely necessary. Its main function is a few things, mainly being streaming vids/music, texting, facebook and games. Not in any particular order.

I doubt bad phone reception would keep any of the people I'm talking about from using a windows phone or any other with so-so reception.

I'm not talking about myself, as I remember rotary phones. Phone reception is fairly important to me because I do car detailing and sell stuff on craigslist. But a lot of younger folk couldn't care less.
 

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Lol rotary phones. Those were the days. Remember when you had to plan to meet up and if a guy didnt show youre like "well i guess he didnt make it, oh well".

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Not if you ask the younger generation. Most of the younger people I know rarely make phone calls. They will make a call only if it's absolutely necessary. Its main function is a few things, mainly being streaming vids/music, texting, facebook and games. Not in any particular order.

I doubt bad phone reception would keep any of the people I'm talking about from using a windows phone or any other with so-so reception.

I'm not talking about myself, as I remember rotary phones. Phone reception is fairly important to me because I do car detailing and sell stuff on craigslist. But a lot of younger folk couldn't care less.
Tell me about it! No matter how often I tell my children that I don't text and drive, they continue to text me when they know I'm driving. I even use Verizon's Messages+ and it has a driving mode where it mutes all text notifications and responds with a customized response to call me instead. Yet they still try to continue to text me....
 

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