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[Q] Upgrade Worthy?

28th August 2014, 04:17 PM |#11  
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Originally Posted by kingsway8605

I'd really wait for the iPhone. Once they release the larger iPhone there's really not going to be a reason to be buying buggy unupdated android phones.

lmfao! you need to go to the iphone rom threads... oh wait... apple doesnt let you do that, my bad. Hey guess what you will get with the iphone 6 though... the same boring dated OS that they have had for years with a couple new textures and colors though.. oooooooohhhhhhhhhh. Go wait in line somewhere.

Anyway, to the OP. I have used samsung quite a lot (had an s2, s3, skiiped the 4, and a s5) and my wife has a note 3. IF you are going to use the "note" features, it might be worth considering. HOWEVER, if you dont need a stylus, this thing blows any samsung out of the water on pretty much every level. Software is better, hardware is better (mostly), the g3 is super fast, great on battery, has great ergonomics (the s5 felt more awkward to use than this).
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