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post #11 of 14
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Originally Posted by FriedSushi87 View Post
Get the Samsung Hercules on t-mobile. It has the right radio to work on ATT.

Also 4. 5 inch screen....
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Sounds like the Infuse and the Galaxy S2 had a baby..
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post #12 of 14
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Originally Posted by candy_van View Post
I'm on a AT&T family plan (saves me a few bucks), so can't jump ship.
Looks like I'm either going to get the Infuse or play the waiting game on the Galaxy S II...
Cording to report it is supposed to work on at&t because they are thinking of acquiring t mobile

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post #13 of 14
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Originally Posted by r34p3rex View Post
Sounds like the Infuse and the Galaxy S2 had a baby..
going by the specs, sounds to be the tmo version of the gs2.

to the OP, just get whatever you like the looks of. internal specs will always get better and outdate the phone that came out the month prior. but if you find a phone that you like the look of, just get it. i know about the gs2 phones coming to the states, but as far as a 4.5" screen on a phone, i think the infuse is perfect. other than getting rid of the tiny hump on the bottom, i couldnt ask for anything else.
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I would wait; the galaxy S II is pretty much set to be released within a month or so. As far as battery life goes, its comparable to the inspire 4g. After 10 hours of Engadget playing with the phone, at the 20 hour mark, the phone had 15% battery left. This is because of the efficient screen and power management of the dual core. The fact that it's a dual core phone doesn't make the battery worse at all. The only thing is that the battery is physically smaller in the GSII.
Edited by davisdlrch - 6/12/11 at 7:37pm
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