[Survey] In your opinion, what is the most important part to a phone?

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  1. Sheffy007

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    This could be either hardware parts (battery, camera), or software-based (colors, icons). Just trying to see what other people think. :biggrin:
     
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    im split between performance (cpu/ram) and customization (easy to root, rom and theme)
     
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    A unified, integrated system.

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    A good DAC/preamp and native FLAC support. Line out support directly to an amp/external DAC would be nice, but it's not really needed for custom IEMs/stage IEMs and the like since they're already really efficient and sensitive.
     
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    +1 for FLAC & good audio chips.


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    Good quality hardware (I'll pay a premium for it), integration and stability.

    Customization is there too but that's why I picked Android. That won't affect my phone choice only my OS choice.

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    The ability to make a phone call.
     
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    Ditto!

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    That's like saying the most important part of a meal is that it's all made out of food. It probably goes without saying.

    Nutrition/additional features is more important. I'm sure rotary phones and phones that only connected to the operator could make phone calls too but I'll stick with my current technology.

    I can eat Big Macs everyday and it would all be food (arguably) but I'm not going to do that.

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