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Old December 31st, 2012, 11:33 AM   #1754 (permalink)
rui-no-onna
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Originally Posted by banme View Post
Do you use GrooveIP?

One sim must always be online as long as you need to receive google voice calls. Which means the other sim would be blocked most of the time. DSFA is more important than people realize.
Nope, don't use GrooveIP (at least not on this phone). Really, all I need is to be able to receive SMS on both SIMs at the same time. I realize that, say, if I use the phone for internet that the other SIM will be blocked but I won't be doing that often enough to be an issue.

DSFA is a nice feature but it's not something *I* need particularly for a phone that I'll most likely use for only one month (during vacation). While the specs of the Galaxy S Duos is currently one of the best I've seen for a dual SIM phone, I'm used to nicer devices for regular use and I'd no doubt find the single core laggy for everyday use. Where I'm going on vacation, that $180 will be enough to feed around 20 people so I'd rather use the funds for that.
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