Several months ago my beloved Droid Maxx started acting up, never was able to completely fix it (despite numerous suggestions from the members on here). So I kept it strictly for internet/gaming/music/GPS and bought a cheap Coolpad Rogue as my "phoning and texting" device. Didn't wanna spend a lot of money & just wanted something reliable. The Rogue is still working fine, but my Maxx finally died completely. So now, since the Rogue has a small screen and is slow for internet/gaming/music/GPS, I want a new Android device to cover all of those things. But should I get a new phone or just a smallish tablet that I can still mount on my dash? The downloadable (so I can use it offline) Google Maps is a must for this consideration, since I don't have a standalone GPS. The games I play aren't high-end, but something faster than the Rogue would be great (a larger screen is also important). And an SD card slot would be nice, but isn't entirely necessary as long as I can plug the new device into my computer & transfer my MP3s manually. I'm really looking to spend as little money as possible, hopefully just $50-$75 (but I can swing a full $100 if need be). Doesn't even need to be brand new, I'd be happy enough with something used but fully functional. Any help is greatly appreciated!