Convince me to buy an android phone

IceBone

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Meh, swipe typing is so much easier than fiddling with tiny buttons.
 

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Sorry, but that's not even a solution for the lack of buttons. This is all flimsy and doesn't fit in the hand.
Buttons are not 10 years ago, I have big fingers and 70% of the time I miss letters on the touch screen and I hate the shit out of it!

just get a phone cover with integrated BT/NFC keyboard if you need buttons?
no reason to return to 10 years ago...

EDIT: like this
 

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The Blackberry is an Android device so not exactly returning to 10 years ago. No idea if its any good though.
 

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Sorry, but that's not even a solution for the lack of buttons. This is all flimsy and doesn't fit in the hand.
Buttons are not 10 years ago, I have big fingers and 70% of the time I miss letters on the touch screen and I hate the shit out of it!
maybe you should just install a better keyboard?
 

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There are ways of sharing from the play store. I use an app called clip stack, which adds a "copy to clipboard" option in the share menu. Then just go to the app of your choice and paste it in. It also keeps a log of everything you share via that option, so you can call it back later in case you copy something else before pasting the first thing.
 
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