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JB is not nearly laggy/buggy enough for me to go back to GB, the visual appeal is more than enough reason for me. Not to mention the features.
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Well i will go for the gingerbread because in GB i get better benchmark than JB!

me currently Using MIUI GB 2.3.7 by brainmaster! with cm7 kernel!
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What are you thoughts on this?
Of course 4.2 is newer and better, but is it actually better on our phone in the real world. I feel that gingerbread on this phone was the best an there really wasn't anything smoother or faster
FOR THIS DEVICE.

Is there anyone still out there that stopped at the last 2.3 build of Oxygen or Peter Alfonso?



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i don't agree with your statement that '4.2 is better' and that gb runs smoother or faster on this device only, i actually think that 2.3.x was the best android ever made and it all went downhill from there
show me one device where jb / ics works better than gb and i'll buy you a new car
 
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Let the troll rest

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U need to distinguish between speed and fluidity. GB browser is really, really bad, menus are complicated and UI is unpolished on *every* device. JB is maybe tad slower, but it is better in every aspect except battery consumption wise...

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I tried that oxygen rom, and that even without gapps. I got to say, after jelly bean 4.1.2 gingerbread is too slow and too ugly to use it. I rather have little smoother UI and nice looking rom more up to date than old, slow, sluggish, ugly rom. Also gingerbread doesnt have hw acceleration. There you have it.

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Just because I can listen to music on a Sony CD Walkman just as well as a MP3 player doesn't mean I should.

It worked just fine but it is older, clunkier and not as well developed as the player today. Tech moves forward, so should we.

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Time to move on WP probably. HTC 8S is tingling my mind and is ridicoulosly cheap here because everyone wants android phone now. 8S is very fluid and great battery life...

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This thread is something like Nokia 6600 vs galaxy s3
Don't know from where people came and ask questions
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I like things from both.... I just run out of ram so quickly now..

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