You can definitely argue that smartphones produced in recent years have aged better than before. After all, it wasn’t uncommon for phones in the late 2000s and early 2010s to age poorly due to heavy-handed Android skins killing performance and a paltry amount of storage quickly filling up.
These days, even budget phones have decent performance, relatively big batteries, and a decent amount of storage. But are you rocking a new device or have you kept your current phone for several years? That’s what we wanted to know earlier this week. Here’s what you told us.