Switching to T-Mobile which phone should I get?


  1. Kahroo

    Kahroo Well-Known Member

    So I'm thinking about switching to T-Mobile's $70 unlimited prepaid plan, cause I am fed up with virgin mobile and it's slow speeds. But I'm not sure what phone to get.

    I use my phone a lot to surf the web, play some games, and watch YouTube. So should I get get the N⁴, GS3, GN2, or something else?

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  2. chanchan05

    chanchan05 The Doctor Guide

    Spec wise, the N4 is the best of the options, but the problem is onboard storage. If that's not an issue for you, go for it. But if you want a bigger local storage, go for either Samsung model. You won't get wrong with either as the specs and capabilities are virtually identical. The only reason to choose one over the other is screen size and the S-Pen.
  3. Kahroo

    Kahroo Well-Known Member

    The 16GB N⁴ won't be a problem cause I use Google Music. But trying to get one is hard I hear.
  4. bob60626

    bob60626 Well-Known Member

    The Nexus 4 is 300/350 and more acclaimed, but Walmart is still selling the S2 for 300+30 dollar card and it's available. Look at swappa for used stuff. I think I'll wait for the Note 3 to come out and pick up a used Note 2. I played around with all of them today and didn't feel the Nexus 4 and S3 are THAT much better than the S2, especially with the price/hassle involved in getting them.
  5. Kahroo

    Kahroo Well-Known Member

    Eh I'd rather get a S3 instead of a S2.
  6. Rxpert83

    Rxpert83 Dr. Feelgood Moderator

    I'd def go n4. It'll be fully supported by Google for years to come (and after that at least another by developers)
  7. Kahroo

    Kahroo Well-Known Member

    Most likely will. And it has official CM. Though never had a phone with on screen buttons. Do they get annoying?
  8. Rxpert83

    Rxpert83 Dr. Feelgood Moderator

    You'd be surprised how quickly you get used to them, but I still prefer the hardware ones on my EVO.

    I occasionally bump the home button accidentally while typing on my nexus 7. Size could be part of that as well though.
  9. Kahroo

    Kahroo Well-Known Member

    Is there a app to hide it and when you need it again just swipe up? And can you resize it to be smaller?
  10. Rxpert83

    Rxpert83 Dr. Feelgood Moderator

    Not that I'm aware of. Home and swipe up is Google now


    As for resizing... Since its software and a nexus I'm sure there would be a way. But by size I was talking about the screen size on the next 7. Typing is kind of awkward on it sometimes and that home button is right under the space bar.


    I'll have my gnex back from Samsung next week so I'll let you know how that fares
  11. rui-no-onna

    rui-no-onna Well-Known Member

    Definitely the Nexus 4. It's currently available again on Google Play. It really is the best Android to get if you don't require a lot of local storage. Heck, my Nexus S has Jelly Bean. How many phones released around the same time as the Nexus S even got an official ICS update? :p
  12. Rxpert83

    Rxpert83 Dr. Feelgood Moderator

    I'd be willing to bet very few, if any :)
  13. Kahroo

    Kahroo Well-Known Member

    Yeah I'm getting a N⁴. May have to wait another 2-3 weeks cause I need to take care of some other stuff first. But yeah storage isn't much a problem. I mean I have Dropbox/Drive.
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