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Gonna be jumping on the Bionic if the GS2 comes out without 4G LTE. I got grandfathered in with Unlimited Data from Verizon and the city I live in has LTE along with the 2 cities within 30min to here.

I am coming from a Storm 2 so I can deal without the Super AMOLED+ screen for a while.

Pretty sad how uninformed alot of people are here about mobile phones these days
Identical for me.
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I have heard a bunch of problems with these phones. More specifically, the yellow tint to the left side of the screen. Makes me hesitant to sell my iPhone :s
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lol 2GB is more than enough for a phone.

I aheva 500MB cap on my phone and I have never gone over the limit. I surf the web all day long, and I download my apps via wifi and I have never had a problem.

I never understood why you guys complain about caps when it seems most of your caps are beyond what you could ever possibly use, unless you're really that sad that you are using intensive data on your phone for over 12 hours per day.
I use over 2GB easily but that is because I use my phone as a hotspot for my Galaxy Tab 10.1 and occasionally my laptop. Some months I will clear 10GB because of a particularly heavy month of work travel. When I am traveling for work my Sprint 4G data plan gets put to good use. I find it more reliable and even faster in some cases, than the hotel or airport internet.

Data plans are far from being used solely for surfing the web on your mobile browser. Remember that any tethering / hotspot use is included in your data usage and goes against your cap.
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I use over 2GB easily but that is because I use my phone as a hotspot for my Galaxy Tab 10.1 and occasionally my laptop. Some months I will clear 10GB because of a particularly heavy month of work travel. When I am traveling for work my Sprint 4G data plan gets put to good use. I find it more reliable and even faster in some cases, than the hotel or airport internet.

Data plans are far from being used solely for surfing the web on your mobile browser. Remember that any tethering / hotspot use is included in your data usage and goes against your cap.
Yup. Hell, I almost hit my 2GB limit when I streamed Google I/O 2011 from my phone. Never again.
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Good god, how do people deal with having such huge phones?!
    
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Good god, how do people deal with having such huge phones?!
I used to think the same exact thing. Until i got my HTC EVO. Now I don't know what i would do if I had to go back to a screen less than 4 inches.
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I used to think the same exact thing. Until i got my HTC EVO. Now I don't know what i would do if I had to go back to a screen less than 4 inches.
Haha. Yeah, I guess it's kinda like a hermit crab--you grow to the size of the thing you use, until you move to something larger...and there's no going back. Personally, I'd rather not carry a huge phone like that around in my pocket. I already think my small-ish LG Optimus is too big.
    
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Shame its so late, we've had it at Iceland for about a month for Christs sake. How is Android going to get bigger in the US market if the best devices won't be available.
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t-mobile is getting a beefed up version called the Hercules w/ a bigger screen, more memory, & a faster clock from what ive read.
    
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I'm on my galaxy s2 right now! I don't know what yellow tint on the screen you're talking about? This phone is incredible after coming from 3 iphones.
    
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