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28th January 2014, 11:45 AM   |  #1  
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Hi, i write this thread to tell us what I have done. Last week I sold my girlfriends Xperia S in ebay for 150 euros and I bought a 16GB Moto G for 199.

Now she is very happy, better screen, better battery duration, no lags, android 4.4.2, etc.
The camera is 5 Mpx but itīs very good, and do the photos at night without any flash problem like the xperia S.

Do what you want...this is only my experience...
28th January 2014, 04:00 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by jlmcr87

Hi, i write this thread to tell us what I have done. Last week I sold my girlfriends Xperia S in ebay for 150 euros and I bought a 16GB Moto G for 199.

Now she is very happy, better screen, better battery duration, no lags, android 4.4.2, etc.
The camera is 5 Mpx but itīs very good, and do the photos at night without any flash problem like the xperia S.

Do what you want...this is only my experience...

The fact that you are comparing an early 2012 device with a current more economical flagship shows your flawed way of thinking.
Secondly, I haven't had any cases of lag or bad battery whatsoever, and with a little tweaking my Xperia has battery life comparable to current flagships.
Give a person a phone and he'll be happy for a year; teach a person to root he won't need a new phone ever again.
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28th January 2014, 04:57 PM   |  #3  
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Give a person a phone and he'll be happy for a year; teach a person to root he won't need a phone ever again.

Rooted my phone and threw it away, cause I don't need it ever again, thanks
28th January 2014, 05:11 PM   |  #4  
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Rooted my phone and threw it away, cause I don't need it ever again, thanks

Well that escaled quickly. Lol!

On a sidenote, this is a pointless thread and only lead to a flame war.

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28th January 2014, 06:17 PM   |  #5  
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The fact that you are comparing an early 2012 device with a current more economical flagship shows your flawed way of thinking.
Secondly, I haven't had any cases of lag or bad battery whatsoever, and with a little tweaking my Xperia has battery life comparable to current flagships.
Give a person a phone and he'll be happy for a year; teach a person to root he won't need a new phone ever again.

Wat tweaks r yu using PLZ can yu tell me

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29th January 2014, 10:11 AM   |  #6  
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Originally Posted by jlmcr87

Hi, i write this thread to tell us what I have done. Last week I sold my girlfriends Xperia S in ebay for 150 euros and I bought a 16GB Moto G for 199.

Now she is very happy, better screen, better battery duration, no lags, android 4.4.2, etc.
The camera is 5 Mpx but itīs very good, and do the photos at night without any flash problem like the xperia S.

Do what you want...this is only my experience...

I am glad she like it.
However this is a development forum
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