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10:41 pm, Apr 25 2020
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This week's poll was suggested by juliarox214. Not much to discuss about this one.

You can submit poll ideas here
http://www.mangaupdates.com/showtopic.php?tid=3903

Previous Poll Results:
Question: In a straight romance story, who should be the one initiating the marriage proposal (i.e., buy the ring and get down on one knee)?
Choices:
It doesn't matter - votes: 2623 (58.7%)
Simultaneously - votes: 252 (5.6%)
Whichever is the "side" character - votes: 95 (2.1%)
Whichever is the "main" character - votes: 418 (9.4%)
The girl - votes: 133 (3%)
The guy - votes: 945 (21.2%)
There were 4466 total votes.
The poll ended: April 25th 2020

I wonder if the answer would change if you were the one in the relationship.

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2:07 am, Apr 26 2020
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Primarily android... But i do own an old iPhone....

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2:26 am, Apr 26 2020
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Not much to discuss about this one.

People could discuss what they want out of a phone.

Personally, I've just decided to go back to a regular flip-phone the next time I get a choice because I don't see the point in spending a few hundred dollars for a glorified iPod Touch, where I don't even use half of the features installed on the damn thing.

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2:56 am, Apr 26 2020
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Other. A decade-old Samsung brick phone. It is flat and technically has colors but it is still prehistoric. I´ll likely get a lower-end android that I will hack to hell and back next year or whenever the money on my dying phone runs out.
I mostly use my phone as a watch and alarm.

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mmm...
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8:14 am, Apr 26 2020
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Always Android after my old cellphone (which was Symbian IIRC) mmm...

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8:15 am, Apr 26 2020
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Android. First switched to a smartphone six years ago and haven't looked back. I basically use it as a gaming device now (I'm... really into gacha games, unfortunately). I'll probably stick to Androids (and Samsung Galaxys) for the foreseeable future. I used an iPad Mini for a hot minute as my primary note-taking device in college and hated it.

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8:42 am, Apr 26 2020
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Android. I will NEVER use an iphone or any other apple device.

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9:01 am, Apr 26 2020
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Android for sure. Sticking with it, never gonna change it though I can't really predict the future.

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9:29 am, Apr 26 2020
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Android. iOS is too expensive, and Android devices work just fine, so who cares. (Same with Windows - I know there are more "sophisticated" OS's out there, but if the basics work for me... I'm no tech whiz and care about networking not at all, so it just seems like a waste of cash.)

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9:58 am, Apr 26 2020
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Android. They are usually ok quality-price wise. I like them with the screen not too big so I can carry it in my trousers pocket. My mobile phone is great for reading manga too, specially in the bed. 😎

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2:06 pm, Apr 26 2020
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Iphone SE (the old version). If it won’t fit in my pockets, I don’t want it.

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8:20 pm, Apr 26 2020
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Blackberry baby, I am the only one I know to still use one...it is a phone, I don't need the app

haha, how come it is less popular than flip phone..O_O




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1:07 am, Apr 27 2020
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Android for tablet and smartphone. Next phone might be iOS though, but as my favorite ebook reader is Android only, I shall stick with it on my tablet.

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5:18 am, Apr 27 2020
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My mobile phone: Nokia 3310.
Best mobile phone ever.

Only problem is, it's got very limited space for SMSs ...and it only runs on relatively old networks, so it doesn't work with all this 3G/4G stuff. Whenever I call, I get warned that it'll involve some re-routing.
I wish they'd make a new phone, that is essentially the Nokia 3310, but newer (and no, that abomination made by the modern people who've bought the rights to the Nokia name, that they released as a "new 3310", is nothing like the 3310, in any possible way)

Oh, and I do have an android smartphone, but that's purely as a handheld computer (never had a SIM-card in it). A replacement for my old Palm. Well, technically, I have two (I haven't gotten around to reading up on how to root the new one. What computer nerd can tolerate a non-rooted phone? Also downgrading the OS. I miss the days, back when upgrades actually meant improvement)

Apple products are all about the image of using an Apple product, rather than the actual quality or functionality of the product ...and everything is locked down and unmodifiable. It's supposed to be your phone, but your not allowed to mess around with it. Overpriced rubbish. (granted, android does set some limits on what you can do, unless you root it, and certainly has several other issues, but...)

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5:24 am, Apr 27 2020
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as my favorite ebook reader is Android only

I recommend getting a proper ebook-reader, with e-ink. It's a lot more pleasant to read. Much easier on the eyes ...and you can put in manga in it, too, which also works great (as long as it's all black-and-white)
Granted, it involves having an extra device with you, but...

(though why not replace the tablet with an ebook reader? I mean, what's the point of having a tablet, anyway? It's too big to fit in your pocket. If you want something that big, why not get a really small laptop, and thus have a real computer?)

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