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I think the GSII is the hottest phone out right now for t-mobile. I think the iphone 4s model is worth skipping.
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Originally Posted by skatingrocker17 View Post
Besides, you're pretty much looking at HSPA+ (4G) on the Galaxy SII vs. EDGE (2G) on the iPhone 4S.
Again, between Opera Mini and Tapatalk (and all the free Wifi hotspots in the city), doubt I'd care too much. It's not like the 4G is unlimited anyway =/


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Originally Posted by ZainyAntics View Post
I think the Galaxy SII has the most accessories out of any android phone on the market... theres tonnes!
Which are compatible with the T-Mobile version, though? Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't ithe T-Mobile version pretty unique? Not only does it have a 4.5" screen (versus the 4.3" of the international version), but it also has rounded edges and whatnot (meaning cases for the Epic Touch probably won't be compatible with T-Mobile's GSII and vice versa)...at the moment, most of the accessories I see are for the international, 4.3" version.
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I love my AT&T S2, so responsive, great applications etc.
    
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Galaxy S II, mostly because you won't be able to use the iPhone 4S without an unlock. You clearly want an iPhone 4S and are ignoring everyone in the thread who advises you to get the Galaxy S II, but the iPhone 4S just won't work on tMo unless there is an unlock released for it.

If there was an unlock already published, then it might be a little different, but you simply cannot use the iPhone 4S with tMobile right now, and likely not on release day either.
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Galaxy S II, mostly because you won't be able to use the iPhone 4S without an unlock. You clearly want an iPhone 4S and are ignoring everyone in the thread who advises you to get the Galaxy S II, but the iPhone 4S just won't work on tMo unless there is an unlock released for it.

If there was an unlock already published, then it might be a little different, but you simply cannot use the iPhone 4S with tMobile right now, and likely not on release day either.
Well, I got that it won't be unlocked immediately - and I'm not ignoring anybody, it's just that few people are offering any specific reason to pick one over the other (that I haven't already mentioned, such as EDGE speeds being fine). And I really would like to know what accessories the GSII for T-Mobile will have.

Honestly, though, just the bigger screen on the GSII is more than likely enough for me, mostly because I find touchscreen typing barely acceptable on my G2 due to the size of the screen.
post #16 of 16
I'd recommend getting the Galaxy SII;

- It's hugely popular so lots of dev and product attention.
- Has an unlocked bootloader so tons of custom roms and kernels.
- Really fast, and you can OC it to 1.5Ghz without a hitch so it's even faster.
- It's Android so things are just easier than the iPhone. For example if you want to watch films on it, and films are great on the G SII, you dont have to convert them to .mp4 or whatever, it plays wmvs, avis, and even 1080P MKVs without any hiccups.

I could keep going but I think you get the idea
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