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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Dsanity, Dec 3, 2013.

  1. Dsanity

    Dsanity Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Im thinking about buying this friday... But I'm also thing about the l9 or f3... In terms of peformance with games & everything else. What is better?
     



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  2. SiempreTuna

    SiempreTuna Android Expert

    If you can live without LTE and you can go an extra $25 or so, you might want to consider the Moto G - by all accounts, that gets amazingly good speed scores and is as good for games and so on as many top of the line phones.
     
  3. Dsanity

    Dsanity Newbie
    Thread Starter

    I'm on metro tho.
     
  4. tindodger

    tindodger Member

    I bought this phone last Friday, for the price it's good. I have been been using it heavily and multitasking and no lag. For games I installed gt racing 2 (1.2g size) and runs smooth. I also installed fast racing(20mb) and no lag either.
    I have also played slacker radio streamed it through Bluetooth, texted, and took pics while streaming slacker through Bluetooth with no problems. I have also installed netflix and xbox glass and used them with out a problem.
    (Performance wise)
     
  5. Dsanity

    Dsanity Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Can you move apps to sd?
     
  6. tindodger

    tindodger Member

    Yeah you can
     
  7. jokerpks

    jokerpks Android Enthusiast

    It's a nice phone I had it for the past week, really good specs for the price. 4.5 in screen, quad core CPU, 1GB RAM, jellybean 4.2.2... It will handle any game, the camera though is a piece of shit no auto focus the pictures look like shit so keep that in mind. The phone is already rooted but I don't expect any further development.
     
  8. tindodger

    tindodger Member

    True camera is shit
     
  9. Dsanity

    Dsanity Newbie
    Thread Starter

    I heard the cpu acts more like a dual core due to the mediatech cpu used instead of quallcom or snapdragon.
     
  10. jokerpks

    jokerpks Android Enthusiast

    They are not as fast as snapdragon or other chips but they are still better than dual core CPUs.
     
  11. Dsanity

    Dsanity Newbie
    Thread Starter

    So the only real problem is that the camera sucks? Not a problem for me at all tbh..
     

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The Alcatel OneTouch Fierce release date was October 2013. Features and Specs include a 4.5" inch screen, 5MP camera, 1GB RAM, MT6589 processor, and 1800mAh battery.

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