Re: [Mobile.AI] Android phone recommendation based on OS

2017-03-16 Thread Sunil Sangtani.
hi,
you almost have your answer in your mail it self.
in general, moto and samsung phones are accessible out of the box.
moto g4play is upgradeable to andoid 7 and is one of the  cheafest
phone available with android 7 (keeping the accessibility in mind).
samsung phones say for example, galaxy j2pro, j5, on pro 5 and 7 are
also a good choice but dont expect latest os update for those phones.
xyomi  and lenovo phones i wont suggest as they are manageable but
with a little headache.
your latest bet could be waiting for some new comers by google and
RJIO. as these phones will sure to have latest operating system;good
freebees;and accessibility top of all.


On 3/16/17, John Clayton  wrote:
> Hello there,
>
> The subject might be a bit unclear. Let me explain it a bit further
>
> I am looking for a secondary android phone with a duel sim,with the OS
> variant that's most accessible out of the box and requires no rooting, as
> rooting voids the warranty from what I know.
>
> I have noticed that most android phones seem to be slightly sluggish when
> it
> comes to touch sensitivity, I.E you have to apply a bit of force to have
> your touch register.
>
> So here are my needs.
>
> 1: It has to be between 10k to 15k, the lower the better. Since my IOS
> device meets all my needs and this will just be around for its duel sim
> capabilities and a bit to enable me to get a feel for android and its
> workings.
>
> 2: duel sim, read above.
>
> 3: doesn't have issues that most phones are bundled with I.E shitty
> performance.
>
>
>
> The ones I have heard good things about but know nothing when it comes to
> their accessibility are the Lenovo k5,red me note 4? Or something.
>
> Moto g5 and 5+ (yeah I know this is almost 17k but eh), moto g4 plus?
>
> J5, although Samsung is one company I know to have issues.
>
>
>
> Have you owned any of these? What have been your experiences like? Is there
> another you'd suggest?
>
> Thanks a bunch.
>
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[Mobile.AI] Android phone recommendation based on OS

2017-03-16 Thread John Clayton
Hello there,

The subject might be a bit unclear. Let me explain it a bit further

I am looking for a secondary android phone with a duel sim,with the OS
variant that's most accessible out of the box and requires no rooting, as
rooting voids the warranty from what I know.

I have noticed that most android phones seem to be slightly sluggish when it
comes to touch sensitivity, I.E you have to apply a bit of force to have
your touch register.

So here are my needs.

1: It has to be between 10k to 15k, the lower the better. Since my IOS
device meets all my needs and this will just be around for its duel sim
capabilities and a bit to enable me to get a feel for android and its
workings.

2: duel sim, read above.

3: doesn't have issues that most phones are bundled with I.E shitty
performance.

 

The ones I have heard good things about but know nothing when it comes to
their accessibility are the Lenovo k5,red me note 4? Or something.

Moto g5 and 5+ (yeah I know this is almost 17k but eh), moto g4 plus?

J5, although Samsung is one company I know to have issues.

 

Have you owned any of these? What have been your experiences like? Is there
another you'd suggest?

Thanks a bunch.

 

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