DancinJack wrote:I don't disagree with anything you said, but I do suggest he go play with a SGS2 first. Browsing(read:scrolling) has been greatly improved with the SGS2.
JdL wrote:DancinJack wrote:I don't disagree with anything you said, but I do suggest he go play with a SGS2 first. Browsing(read:scrolling) has been greatly improved with the SGS2.
Yes, Anandtech posted an update regarding scrolling on the SGS2 specifically. I absolutely agree with you - he should touch it for himself.
In my opinion, I would hold off from the Bionic due to it's display. The pentile matrix display that it uses is horrendous when compared to the iPhone's Retina display and the Super AMOLED that Samsung uses. However, the rest of the phone is great and is a force to be reckoned with. Also, the Bionic is for Verizon only, and hiro_pro appears to want to stay on AT&T since he gets a nice discount.pikaporeon wrote:Without adding too much, i think the Droid Bionic is a better comparable to the S2
JdL wrote:The other part of the story is the OS. Android has been reknown for having beefier hardware and better tech specs, but because of [a multitude of excuses], it has also been notorious for having a variety of performance problems ranging from SCROLLING (how basic is that??) to MULTITASKING to network performance etc.
Voldenuit wrote:The last option of course is to just keep the iPhone 3GS and load iOS 5 on it. You might want to do that anyway to see if it cures the upgrade itch.
hiro_pro wrote:a lithium battery is good for 300 to 500 charges or about 3 years. my battery is not doing me any favors and i do not want to think about my wife (who occasionally forgets you have to charge electronics) driving around with her old phone. i know the lack of a replaceable battery is a negative for the iphone and the cost of replacing the battery makes upgrading seem like the cheaper option.
Wise decision.StuffMaster wrote:I finally settled on the s2 over iphone 4/4s and other androids, but I'm going to wait until the Google Nexus Prime is announced before I buy anything.
ChronoReverse wrote:More Nexus Prime rumours: http://www.gsmarena.com/source_close_to ... s-3239.php
I honestly think that this one is too good to be true.
chrissodey wrote:The only thing I miss is navigation. Google nav is the best out there, period.
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