Originally Posted by barondebxl
Yes I was talking about the international Galaxy S2. You're right about the updated kernel thing but still, the galaxy line attracts lots of dev attention so you will get support.
Well I know that U.S.A isn't the "world." But from an American standpoint, it'll be better for us to stick with Nexus devices because carriers screw us in the end.
@barondebxl: I try and stick with a phone for two years but with the massive development in phones' hardware. It's hard to stick with the same phone. But I think I'm going to be sticking with the Galaxy Nexus for awhile. It's specifications as it is is already amazing but I already know nexus 4 will be difficult. Especially if it's at a $400 price range once again vai Play Store.
My point on what I'm saying is that, "once a Nexus, always a Nexus." That's my quote and I'll stand by it
I'll be a Nexus fanboy, it stands by what everybody in the XDA community want.
- Good dev support (ROM/Kernels)
- Latest updates via Google
- Latest hardware at the time[debatable.... since it's launch date is Q4 of the year]