My first Android device is my current htm m1 Android smartphone. I bought it this year and since then I have learned a lot about Android and its features. I have always been a Linux user and the similarities between Android and Linux makes it easier to understand. I am aware that Android was built using Linux.
My’s first android device was a Samsung galaxy. It was a pretty simple phone which had quite good features and was really able to get reconnected to a lot of social networks and access my primary functions. Whichever cell phone email and Internet. For me I think it was a really good fun. I loved the android software. I think that it was fast very straight to the point and I was able to get the results that I was looking for. I think that the android aureus is pretty much one of the best out there. It is very user-friendly and so I had a great time with my android phone.
it was a Samsung S Duos , I still remember how much it cost, it was $320.00 and I thought was like the best thing out there, still have, performs decently and can’t complain about it, it’s one of those phones that I wouldn’t get rid of.
My first android device was the Samsung Galaxy Y, which I like to call the Samsung Galaxy Y Bother?
It’s one step up from a non-smart phone, but it doesn’t have the processing power, or functionality of a true smart phone. It’s meant to be a stop gap between the two, acting as a way of teaching new smart phone users who maybe aren’t that comfortable with technology. I still have it, but I only started using it because it was this, or no phone at the time.