[Discussion] How’s your older smartphone or tablet holding up?

[Discussion] How’s your older smartphone or tablet holding up?

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Before the time of triple cameras and screens with notches, there was the time of Android tablets, “phablets,” and smartphones that sported the “bleeding edge-to-edge technology” like the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. In today’s world, there’s a myriad of new features and hardware accessories being launched every single day. From features like facial recognition, the ability to place your finger on the top of the screen to unlock the device, to smartphones sporting super-wide angle lenses, it is easy to forget where things started.

This post serves as an important reminder to the time of the HTC 10, the LG G5, the LG V10, the Google Nexus 6P, the innovative Nextbit Robin, the “phone with the physical keyboard” Blackberry Priv, and tablets like the LG G Pad X 8.0, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Tablet, the Amazon Kindle and the Pixel C. Devices that were popular at one time, but have been forgotten with the constant onslaught of new products.

If you’re one of our readers from around two years ago, or if you fit into the category of enthusiasts that still own devices (smartphones and tablets) from several years ago, this discussion is for you. So tell us, how are your smartphones and tablets from yester-year holding up? Do they still perform well? Do you still use them every day? Have you had to do any repairs? Let us know!