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I was in a store today and tried all kinds of the new smartphones out there. And I walked out giggling. Damn, after 3 years there is no phone out there, even with their quad core this super Gpu that, which i would take over my Galaxy s. The S2 and...
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Just want to follow up my review above. I went to the shop again, and tested the Moto g with my earphones with mp3s i sent through my galaxy s. This time with all eq off. It's much better now. Well, it's still not as flat as my galaxy s' sound. T...
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I don't even know why I am looking forwards to kitkat. - I mean, there's no ART (not a huge problem though), no Dual window (like the LG G Flex) and most of the device will stay the same except for some KitKat based optimisations. But I really wan...
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I would say this is the phone with highest possible satisfaction from stock. LG's devs definitely done a great job, including so many things you usually only find in custom ROMs. I've never been this satisfied before with any kind of phones (incl...
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It's the first device i own, where i don't care about any update, because it flat out works like i want. And that's coming from an Android fanboy which flashed any kernel and custom ROM available for the old galaxy S. The excitement of updating i...