I'm thinking the n7 will be your best option because it's one of the very best in terms of specs, Google support and dev support.
It's the whole package really and it even looks smooth and slick to go with it.
But this all depends on whether you're a gamer or not. If indeed you are a gamer and want optimum graphics and performance whilst playing high end games, then wait to find out where will sell the TF700 but if you're not a gamer, then the Nexus 7 is definitely your best option as it will perform anything you wish perfectly and is better for holding aswell.
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hi there i'm looking for a new android phone because my last broke :/
so i'm looking for a android phone with a normal size screen,normal performance and easy hackable.
i can give about 200€(i know it's not a lot but my old phone was lg gt540 and it cost 150 and it's a very good phone)
so i was wondering is there any phone that i can buy with that money?
sorry for my english but my languge is greek
I'm looking to replace my Galaxy S1.
The best phones I can get where I live are the Galaxy X (which is essentialy a Galaxy Nexus updated by Samsung / but easy to "transform" into a pure Nexus using the Gnex toolkit) and the Galaxy S3.
The X costs about 950, and the S3 1450~1550.
I know the S3's hardware is more powerful, but is it that much more powerful to justify the extra cost?
I'm almost set on the X, but I'm a little worried about it's hardware getting obsolete too quickcly in the near future.
What do you guys think I should get?
Imho, yes! Well, galaxy s2 is great. but for me, gnex is greater. Gnex has a good xda community and unlike the s2, it is fully supported by Google. Means, Gnex would probably be the first phone to have any new android version release officially by Google. So yeah, go for the Gnex.
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