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Old February 11th, 2013, 10:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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So i am posting this here for input on what to do. I currently have a GNex(that is stuck in a screen i cannot seem to get it out of) but i have had a razr for some time now. After awhile i noticed my notification light wasnt working. So i call Verizon tell them and three replacement phones later they are willing to give me something different. First they offer me a GNex and i ask if there was anything else you could do. They reply to me that they would be willing to give me a LG Spectrum 2 or a Incredible 4G. Have been looking at reviews for both of the phones and they just dont appeal to me that well. If these are the only two phones i can go with which one should i go with or should i try to get something else out of them? I use my phone moderate so battery life isnt a huge issue for me and rooting/unlocking has been slowly slipping out of my mind so that also is not a deal breaker. Im just stuck and wondering what i should do. Any thoughts would be great, thanks.

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Old February 12th, 2013, 06:48 AM   #2 (permalink)
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If you don't want another gnex, I'd recommend the incredible 4g only because it has isis support and I don't believe the spectrum 2 has it. Personally I'd keep the Gnex, but that's just me.
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I would have to agree, between those the choices the GNex is still the best option.
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Yep, I would stay with the Gnex. I have an Incredible 4G coming in the mail for my wife, but have not actually had a chance to physically use one.
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I was leaning back towards the gnex now that I think about it I miss messing around with it. But I just can't justify getting a phone that's that old. But it is still a great phone and it's notification led is the best.
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