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I've been using a version of Samsung Galaxy for year. Now have a Galaxy S-6 and like it a lot.
I always used Iphones. One time I switched to a new Galaxy and canceled in a few days.
I think the the carrier is more important than the actual phone
Get one that dials numbers for you, answers calls, takes pictures for you that are not blurry , charges itself and gets you to places on time . If someone else can recommend a phone like this buy two and send me one.
I have an iPhone 6+ and love it.
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I am very happy with my iphone and on my 3rd one. You can download any apps that you need to help in your real estate business. I use cloud storage and and online forms and can do all my business from my phone.
I'm thinking of dumbing back down to a flip phone.
I'm an iphone user and have been from the very beginning. I also want to get an Iphone watch soon. It is extremely convenient, I'm convinced.
Curtis Evans - if you love Apple products - wait for iPhone 7 (PLUS for big size and big type...)
And if you love android, Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is on pre-order NOW. Another option for android that I use is Galaxy Note 5. (Note 6 should be out soon.)
I use a motorola, works great.
I really, really love my iPhone 5s. It's smarter than I am and easy to use.
I have had blackberry, a palm, an android and a iPhones. Notice the (s) on iPhones. Found them, love them, won't go back.
I phone 6 S for sure
Curtis Evans get yourself an IPhone. There are only 2 types of smart phone users. Those with an IPhone and those that wish they had one instead of making the mistake they made.
If you want a factory unlocked phone you can use across all carriers, take a look at:
I like my I-phone 6 but wish it notified me sooner of emails, that is my only complaint about it.
I'm very happy with the Google/Android phone platform. Real estate apps work fine on them.
It all depends on your ecosystem at the home/office. If you use mostly apple products, I'd get an iPhone. If you use Gmail and windows machines, I'd recommend a Google phone.
I've had four Android phones (from Samsung, HTC, Motorola,...), currently on the Nexus 6p. Couldn't be happier. All reliable phones. Android phones tend to be a little cheaper to purchase than apple phones and they tend to allow you to expand, apple does not.
Any of today's smart phones should work just fine. The hardest decision is to choose a carrier with the best coverage and rates for your specific area.
I switched to a Samsung G3 years ago & it was easy to get used to. I guess at first you wonder what you are going to do with it until you decide how it can help your business.
Lots of real estate apps that will help you find homes quickly. My MLS has an app, RM has an app that you hold up to a house front & it will show you the MLS info. Pretty cool stuff out there.
Jump in Curtis!
I've got an S6. Just say NO to Apple.
I went from Blackberry to Droid to iPhone 6. It does everything I need right now and I'd be lost without it
I have had both Droids and moved to iPhones and will never look back. durable(if you purchase the carry case), interfaces with all my email and other Apple products seamlessly.
I love my Samsung S-5. Just had to replace my phone (due to an accident) and got the exact same model. The sales guy said the S5 is better than the S6 because of battery consumption and other glitches. My daughter just switched from iPhone to Samsung because the iPhone was smaller and it didn't take good pictures. Realize, if you get some too big, though, it may not fit conveniently in your pocket.
Make sure it fits into your electronic ecosystem. I am all Apple so it makes sense to have a iPhone.
Can't go wrong with the iPhone. Especially if all your other tech equipment is Apple based. We love the seamless integration and the fact that everything just plain works. We've had a couple issues crop up here and there over the years and Apple took care of everything, no charge!
I have an iPhone 6 and am very happy with it; my husband has an iPhone 6+, though, and says he doesn't carry his iPad as much since the 6+ is almost like a mini tablet. He loves it.
I love my Iphone, although it is an older version. My husband just upgraded to the newest, largest, fastest version-I am thinking of getting it as well. It looks like he is carrying a tablet with him, but the speed is fast & it takes great pictures.
Trust your judgment. Go to each store and ask lots of questions and test it each product out. We have everything Apple and love it. Not everyone does, and one of our best friends had a Samsung Galaxy and the battery kept giving out. They advised him to hit a certain, and it would start working again, or send it to the factory...he needed his phone. He went back to Apple! A
Iphone...not even close call
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I have an LG - it's getting to be dated at this point - 3 yrs old but still working great and holds a charge longer than most others - one of the reasons I picked it.
Curtis Evans I have an iPhone 6 Plus.
I have an iphone 6+...I love it....
Iphone easy and simple.
I-phone and Samsung seem to be the favorite choices of most people I know.
Hi Curtis -- I'm not sure if real estate is a part of the consideration, it's whatever phone works best for you. Lots of good choices. Start comparing.
The iphone does it all. As to which model, amounts etc. Research this
I like my Iphone but my husband says I can't buy another one since he is mad at Apple over the San Bernadino issue