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  1. micropage7

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    he2 in my country bbm just for chat, just some use it for business.
    for me i dont think i would move to bbm, now i run whatsapp and it works well (maybe adding some emoticon will get it better)
    just wanna try the taste of bbm
    but so far theres no sign of it, shame for blackberry who announced the time
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    Now I'm considering the HTC One as it's only a little bit more per month and was voted by Tech Radar as the best phone they've ever reviewed. 1080p screen and 2GB RAM, vs 720p and 1GB on the Huawei.
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    I highly recommend the htc brand. I've dealt with samsung, motorola, and htc for android phones and htc is the top. I have an evo lte which is similar but not as good as the one. Do it. :)
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    False alarm. Turns out the price I thought I'd be paying (£36 pm) was the "new customer" price. Loyal customers have to pay £39 per month instead. I went with the Huawei as it was still only £26.
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    which huawei did you pick up
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    The last couple of days my phone has been draining the battery real quick. The culprit was the app for swedish ebay, which for some reason used a whole lot of CPU time, and it seems it made use of the mobile connection when the phone was in sleep so WiFi was not on. No data was moved really, it just used power.

    Dunno what happened there.
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    i got an S3 yesterday (i9305, quad core 1.5GHz, 2GB ram, LTE)


    today i get an S4 (i9505, quad core 1.9GHz, LTE, 2GB ram)


    i'm so fucking excited, about to leave and get it (traded iphones i repaired for them)
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    Because my girlfriend's in a plan and I'm just 'cheap' with a prepaid sim, I always have her S4 as my hotspot for my S3 here at work. :D :laugh:
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    Pity the Htc One is an awesome phone. Had mine now for about 4 month and it's easily the best handset i have ever had.
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    nice but i dont like lack of micro sd support and non removable battery
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    s4 is fucking sweet. i cant even tell its 1080p, cause the 720p on the s3 looks the same to me.


    one fun fact: get 80 facebook messages while phone is off, turn phone on. that 'bleep' noise becomes a dubstep song.
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    One day I'll get a flagship phone. But, alas, it is not this day.
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    Mussels Moderprator Staff Member

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    buy them when they're a gen old. galaxy S3 4G models are ~$400 new here now, vs 600-800 for the S4.

    i buy them a gen old, use them, wait til i have two of them and then trade them in for a newer one :p
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    I just got a decent phone... a Gnex and it's been a lot better then the ZTE POS I used to have that didn't have a working mic (had to use a BT headset for months) and it also barely retained signal)
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    modded my galaxy S4

    rooted
    CWM installed
    unused CPU cores turn off on all governors (forced hotplugging)
    CPU locked to 400MHz max when screen is off
    global 75mv undervolt on all CPU frequency steps
    digibucc says thanks.
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    testing some voice typing with my g that and it seems to be doing an okay job on some posts
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    Bought for around $18.50...

    Worth it? For my Galaxy S3. :p
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    Did you have to flash a different kernel for the undervolting?
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    Cool. I assume that one is gs4 specific? I need to do something about the battery life on my nexus 4
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    yes, they're always device specific. the XDA forums are a great place to start - also grab 'wake lock detector' off google play, helps you find out whats waking up the cpu from idle (and causing all your battery drain)
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    well yall i finally upgraded- Galaxy S4 with an Otterbox case, the Galaxy S Captivate got wet in a rainstorm and shorted out the antenna for 3G use
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    yeah thats nice memory card i use it too and its pretty good when you transfer large files

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