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Topic # 113268 11-Jan-2013 13:21
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I'm having a terrible time deciding what phone to upgrade to because I've been using a Samsung Galaxy S for a year and a half now and it's showing it's age.

I just really want a speedy phone with a good camera which can take photos instantly and take HD videos plus has a good screen (4'5+) and be on jelly bean :) but I've heard the one x has a wifi bug so I am unsure :/

any help would be greatly appreciated :)

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  Reply # 743314 11-Jan-2013 14:48
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seems like you have already decided and just need people to reinforce your thinking which is cool.

Go with the one you want as it is you that will use it but think its a good idea to either try one or at the least do some comparison between the two.

Its probably cheaper for a reason but the ability to use external storage and change battery are locked in cement for me but you obviously not.




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