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GS2 or one s

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  1. MIGzNYC

    MIGzNYC Well-Known Member

    So I have a small prob, I cant figure out which phone to get... Last year i mad a mistake and bought the evo 4g a lil over a month before the s2 came out and was very upset i missed out on the newest phone.

    So here i am ready to get the gs2 and find out the one s is here.

    I love the larger screen of the gs2 dats a huge plus for me... but the one s is lte not wimax... so the data speed will be way more awesome on the one s.

    Ive heard rumors the the gs2 can run on lte is this correct if so i will deff the gs2. if not im stuck on which to go for....:confused::confused::confused::confused:

  2. Frisco

    Frisco =Luceat Lux Vestra= VIP Member

    Perfect time to show you this area where I've moved your thread, MIGzNYC: it's the "Device Comparison" sub-forum, where members come to sort things on more than one choice. It seems to really help those wanting to make a decision.

    Good luck. I'd go with the One S, btw. :D
  3. MIGzNYC

    MIGzNYC Well-Known Member

    Thanks i'll have a look around...

    and thanks for the advice... any reason for that choice (other then the data speed any more advantages over the gs2)
  4. Liamo_210

    Liamo_210 Well-Known Member

    May u ask how much your prepared to pay for wither device. As if your looking around 300 you could get the latest and greatest nexus 4 but the only thing is it dosnt have lte.
  5. MIGzNYC

    MIGzNYC Well-Known Member

    300 sounds about right... I trying to stick to boost... Ive alwayz had a good thing with them ever since my i730 :D
  6. Liamo_210

    Liamo_210 Well-Known Member

    Boost is a network correct? If so you can get the nexus 4 off Google play unlocked for around 300
  7. lightsleeper23

    lightsleeper23 Well-Known Member

    The Nexus 4 won't work on Boost. And Boost got the HTC One SV, NOT the One S. It's not QUITE as good as the original One S. But still looks like a really good phone. Slightly smaller screen than the GS2, but LTE probably makes up for that if you have it in your area. I'd make sure of that first.
  8. HiredxGunz

    HiredxGunz Guest

    If you really, really want LTE and netwerk speed is your priority. then get the SV.
    If you don't want to sacrifice screen size, and you dont mind scattered WiMax and slow 3G? Go with the S2
  9. MIGzNYC

    MIGzNYC Well-Known Member

    Im in nyc wimax is definitely available here...

    So i was made an offer that I could not refuse... Gs2 for 250. Needless to say i had to jump on it

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