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Galaxy S or S Plus - Which to buy?

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Surely I think Galaxy S i9000 is better!!almost always the first models are better than they come after that.
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Originally Posted by TiTAN-O-One View Post
SO is this phone suitable for meh? I have about 120USD/88EUR/150SGD to spend so recommend me other device D
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Many differences betwin i9000 and i9001. On stock rom they are not actual now. On custom rom i9000 is better, i think. i9000 supported tv-out on modern custom roms, i9001 does not supporting tv-out on custom roms. i9000 have one of the finest audiochip Wolfson, it give you very good sound quality, i9001 have not Wolfson chip. With hellybean rom on i9000 you get up to 439Mb RAM, i9001 about 400Mb max. 3D performance of PowerVRSGX540(i9000) is more then Adreno205 (i9001). i9000 support usb otg host (with ext power), i9001 have not supporting usb otg.

But i recommended you look to Samsung Galaxy SII, cause it have 1Gb RAM. 512Mb ram not actual in the last modern games.
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Originally Posted by TiTAN-O-One View Post
Really? I thought both are similar except specs differ.

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sorry dude I think you said I9070
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Pls dont buy these devices at that time there a better cheap alternatives.

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