so t-mobile told me i need to change my phone by july to something compatible with their new networks
anyone have everyday phone reccs? no ios devices plz
@VickyRampin I recently got a Pixel 6, which is working well, has nice features, and is relatively future-proof, and is mid-range in cost as smartphones go.
@VickyRampin as much as I don't like the bloat ware it came with and lack of SD card slot, my Samsung Galaxy S5 mini served me well for half a decade! Before that I had a Motorola thing that was also good.
@VickyRampin@octodon.social Your market is much different from mine, so all I have is an odd bit of advice: Watch out for "waterproof" phones.
They're waterproofed by filling the whole case with a tough epoxy, meaning the only way to repair them would be to dig all that epoxy out. They're even common in the mid-budget bracket.
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