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Old August 20th, 2012, 10:58 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Dual core is the way to go for your needs. Most have 1GB of Ram and running 1 Ghz or fast processors, which is much better for multitasking. ( You can easily have 20+ apps running in the background at one time.) I stream music, surf the net, check emails, use my exercise app, etc. all at one time and things are pretty fast. Some apps will slow down or hang for a few seconds. (Not sure if its the phone or a weak data connection.) I have seen some single core phones only being a second or two slower to a dual core phone when opening up the same app at the same time. You can't go wrong with today's dual core phones. I would never go back to a single core processor or less then 1 GB of RAM.
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