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I would stick with the N2 for now.
 
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It doesn't make a difference to be honest, I'm the one who's going to pay for the new phone anyway because i promised him to either give him my phone or get him a large screened phone if he got decent marks and he did

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It doesn't make a difference to be honest, I'm the one who's going to pay for the new phone anyway because i promised him to either give him my phone or get him a large screened phone if he got decent marks and he did

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I wish a little bribe like that would work with my son!
 
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I await your "I regret my decision" topic

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I don't have much experience with android phones, but I came from a Galaxy S3 and I don't miss it all that much. Sure I'd probably still use my S3 if I wanted to take a quick picture of myself, but meh. I'm not a major fan of the humungous screens when all I want to do is call someone or text. I have my tablet and PC if I want to play games and watch movies. This is a very nice phone for the money. I remember using my tweaked out KFHD 7 for the first time a few weeks after buying this phone and the screen size startled me when I saw all the apps I installed on the tablet. xD
 
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I don't think I'll regret my decision

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I don't think I'll regret my decision

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I was only teasing , the Moto G is a solid device I'm sure you'll love it just like we all are
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I actually gave my Note 2 to my brother and kept the G full time. Im getting about 5-6 hours screen time. Its nice to use a phone 1 handed again. I have a Nexus 7 for big screen viewing.
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I use both regularly, the Moto G is my personal phone and the Note 2 is what I use for the office. I prefer the Moto G for two reasons: stock Android ( don't like Touchwiz and despise Samsung's hardware buttons) and its size makes it a better fit for my hands.

It's a matter of personal preference really. The Note 2 has some serious advantages (SD slot, better camera, stylus). It's just that I don't care about those.

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