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    Quote Originally Posted by JD_Racer_Dad View Post
    Not an opposite view about the 5G dangers but to add to it.
    We have several things bombarding us we can't see and the studies seem to indicate they don't affect us all the same.
    But if you are one of those affected they can be serious.

    Wifi is one and for some the answer is turning it off on a timer at night. Can't do much in the workplace though.
    Your phone before 5G, some have it next to their head or under their pillow at night, six feet away or more is better.
    Poorly grounded or not grounded at all electric in your building or house.
    Living too close to High Voltage Power distribution.

    And just to add one that you can't see but use and touch every day if you are on city water. The chlorine for some is a big health issue.
    The chlorine on the skin is the big one for some and hard to diagnose because its not the first thing doctors check.
    I have had the good bacteria in my stomach wiped out a few times and the indication was that it was chlorine. I use a chlorine removal filter now.

    No I don't wear a tinfoil hat at least not not one I'm willing to show anyone.

    Motors, radio broadcast, TV broadcast (not cable) and bluetooth.
    Dang we got stuff. If you are one of those affected its not funny.
    Might as well add mold too.

    Hey full disclosure, I know I mix up affected and effected.
    Thanks for the list! I like to cover all my bases.

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    http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2018/05/...phone-service/

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    Quote Originally Posted by JD_Racer_Dad View Post
    Not an opposite view about the 5G dangers but to add to it.
    We have several things bombarding us we can't see and the studies seem to indicate they don't affect us all the same.
    But if you are one of those affected they can be serious.

    Wifi is one and for some the answer is turning it off on a timer at night. Can't do much in the workplace though.
    Your phone before 5G, some have it next to their head or under their pillow at night, six feet away or more is better.
    Poorly grounded or not grounded at all electric in your building or house.
    Living too close to High Voltage Power distribution.

    And just to add one that you can't see but use and touch every day if you are on city water. The chlorine for some is a big health issue.
    The chlorine on the skin is the big one for some and hard to diagnose because its not the first thing doctors check.
    I have had the good bacteria in my stomach wiped out a few times and the indication was that it was chlorine. I use a chlorine removal filter now.

    No I don't wear a tinfoil hat at least not not one I'm willing to show anyone.

    Motors, radio broadcast, TV broadcast (not cable) and bluetooth.
    Dang we got stuff. If you are one of those affected its not funny.
    Might as well add mold too.

    Hey full disclosure, I know I mix up affected and effected.
    Well said my friend!

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    I thought this was an interesting article...

    https://www.androidauthority.com/a-l...axy-s5-875712/

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    Nice article.

    I use an S5. I like the removable battery, sym and memory.
    I have had the battery swell up just like the S3 and had to replace the battery and fix where the glass loose, not broke.
    It gets hot just like my S3 did on long trips using the Map app.

    This time I found a explanation on how to fix the glass popping up from the battery issue with a hair drier.
    Probably would still be using my S3 if I'd known how to do that before I upgraded.

    I like it.
    Although I get an email daily tracking S5, S7 and S8 price from EBay.
    After purchasing a bunch of small adapters I keep every where, house, car, work, suit case, computer bag, etc.. I can deal with the plug that's different from everyone else.
    They are about the size of the protective cap on a USB thumb drive, can't remember if the standard is called micro or mini but the S5 in different from them.
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    This is cool. Though the lack of headphone jack is not so cool....

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/gordonk...-release-date/

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    Well... I'm no longer using a Nexus 6. It was still running "Ok" but was starting to show it's age. Especially with decreased battery life.

    Made the switch to a Moto G6. Got it at Best Buy for $235 because they price-matched Amazon (even though Amazon's was their Prime Exclusive model and Best Buy's was the regular version).

    Today was the first full day with it but I'm liking it so far. Screen is pretty good. Battery life was more than enough to get me through the day (including some Pokemon Go playing which is a battery hog).

    I'm sure it's not as snappy as the latest Samsung phones but it's been quick enough for me. Reviews didn't give high marks to the camera but I've found it to be just as good or better than what I was used to.

    Feel free to ask any specific questions about the device if you want... But I have to say it's been well worth the price so far.

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    That G6 looks pretty nice. I almost got it for my youngest, but decided to stick with the Moto Z for him as I think it still has plenty of life in it. For the price you can't beat that G6.

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    Yep.. spending $200-$300 on a phone nowadays is going to get you an extremely usable device. Camera may be an issue for some, but honestly speaking paying $1000 for a phone that is imperceptable faster than a $250 phone is insane. Congrats!

    How is the reception/antenna? Moto's used to be known for quality in that area, not sure if that's the case anymore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pchain View Post

    How is the reception/antenna? Moto's used to be known for quality in that area, not sure if that's the case anymore.
    I haven't been anywhere outside my normal areas but so far it seems comparable to my Nexus 6. I'll really be able to tell next month when we go on our camping trip. It's in a lower area where service is sketchy at best.

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