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I thought about it too! I just don't trust HTC after my adventure with Incredible S and qualcom snapdragon is not the fastest cpu (1,5 ghz in SGS II Lte is not as fast as 1,2 hgz exynos in sgs II). If not exynos I would prefer Ti OMAP. So I'll wait till somebody test it.
wat iz the exprence?
yeah im too waiting to first check it out live....
will go tomorrow to local store...
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Exactly...I hadn't any sort of problems with my SGR either, on the other hand HTC Incredible S was really unreliable.
 
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What about htc one s??? You could consider that if it's available and in your budget

One s is dual core and has decent specs

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one s have 1.5 ghz dual core processor which is next gen arm v9 (considered as a one of the fastest smart phone), it have awesome specs like samoled display, 8mpix shooter, preloded ics. but its much expensive compared to one v
one v is 18500 INR (~350 USD)
one s is 34000 INR (~650 USD)
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I really don't believe that this Qualcomm MSM8260A Snapdragon (1.5 ghz) is gonna be faster than samsung exynos in sgs2.
 
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I really don't believe that this Qualcomm MSM8260A Snapdragon (1.5 ghz) is gonna be faster than samsung exynos in sgs2.
I just read review by gsmarena they says that one s is fastest phone of the world (its faster than one x quad core tegra 3), its also hard to believe for me what scores they post there

http://m.gsmarena.com/htc_one_s-review-746p3.php


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Wow...that's really hard to believe, but if it's true then I'm really impressed.
 
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Well, I have never used any of the flagship devices by samsung for any extended periods of time.

But my experience with Galaxy R and Galaxy SL have NOT been amazing.
Reflashing firmwares. Wiping cache. Spending hours on google researching the problem you are having.
Never a samsung again for me.
My next device would be either a HTC or a Sony.
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Mine experience is far away from being amazing but it's ok, everything has worked as it should. The only thing that bothers me is lack of both samsung's and devs' support for SGR.

I would never buy a "poorer brother" of a flagship model ever again. IT turned out to be an unwanted child. Next one will be a flagship - due to best support from each side, even the older one like SGS2....but most probably will be a Nexus.
 
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Mine experience is far away from being amazing but it's ok, everything has worked as it should. The only thing that bothers me is lack of both samsung's and devs' support for SGR.

I would never buy a "poorer brother" of a flagship model ever again. IT turned out to be an unwanted child. Next one will be a flagship - due to best support from each side, even the older one like SGS2....but most probably will be a Nexus.
U should wait for s iii to come it will be costly than sii and nexus but i think exynos quad core @1.5ghz will deliver much better processimg power than htc one s and one x

http://m.gsmarena.com/samsung_i9300_...s_iii-4238.php

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I am not that demanding...dual-core is really enough for me I just want a solid device with real devs/producent support.

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