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Old January 17th, 2013, 01:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Galaxy S Relay worth $80+ > Galaxy S Glide?

I have settled on choosing between Samsung's Galaxy S Glide and Galaxy S Relay 4G for my first smartphone/Android.

I plan to buy one of them new/unlocked on eBay [to use on StraightTalk]. It looks like I'd have to pay about at least $80 more for a Relay 4G than the Glide, and maybe more. Is that worth it?

The only ostensible difference between the two that I could possibly see worth the extra $80+ for the Relay 4G is that it has a 1500 MHZ processor; the Glide has 1000 MHZ. Would that alone make the extra cost of a Relay 4G worth it? [I can't find performance comparisons of smartphone processors as easily as I can find standard computer processor processor comparisons].

Can you think of any other differences that may make the Relay 4G worth the extra money?

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