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Currently using the OG Droid, thinking of getting a charge because i love its screen, and phyical buttons, Should i get it now $100 + activation or am i better off waiting for price to drop further?
bestbuy and wirefly have it for $99 for family plan upgrade.

Also might be interested in iphone 4s since it will have a nice screen aswell. which would you choose? i dont plan on using 4g ever since i do not download on my phone, all i use the internet for on my phone for is going on overclock.net / facebook / emailing.

I dont want droid prime since its so big / curved screen and $300 price tag.
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iPhone 4S is newer and flashier, hands down. But will cost more. Both have 4G, and both have an 8MP camera for what it's worth to you. Supposedly iPhone has better battery life.

I own a Galaxy S2, and would claim that the screen surpasses the quality of the Retina (iPhone) display. Both the Charge and the S2 have AMOLED screens.

As for the physical buttons, they truly make Android more intuitive than iOS, though both are fairly easy. Having recently made the transition from iOS to Android, I'd say that since you're currently on the Android platform, stick to it on the principle of convenience.

Don't play the waiting game for the iPhone 4S. As with all of Apple's releases, they will be overpriced to begin with, and probably will be understocked.
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iPhone 4S is newer and flashier, hands down. But will cost more. Both have 4G, and both have an 8MP camera for what it's worth to you. Supposedly iPhone has better battery life.

I own a Galaxy S2, and would claim that the screen surpasses the quality of the Retina (iPhone) display. Both the Charge and the S2 have AMOLED screens.

As for the physical buttons, they truly make Android more intuitive than iOS, though both are fairly easy. Having recently made the transition from iOS to Android, I'd say that since you're currently on the Android platform, stick to it on the principle of convenience.

Don't play the waiting game for the iPhone 4S. As with all of Apple's releases, they will be overpriced to begin with, and probably will be understocked.
when did the iphone 4s get 4g?
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iPhone 4S is newer and flashier, hands down. But will cost more. Both have 4G, and both have an 8MP camera for what it's worth to you. Supposedly iPhone has better battery life.

I own a Galaxy S2, and would claim that the screen surpasses the quality of the Retina (iPhone) display. Both the Charge and the S2 have AMOLED screens.

As for the physical buttons, they truly make Android more intuitive than iOS, though both are fairly easy. Having recently made the transition from iOS to Android, I'd say that since you're currently on the Android platform, stick to it on the principle of convenience.

Don't play the waiting game for the iPhone 4S. As with all of Apple's releases, they will be overpriced to begin with, and probably will be understocked.
The 4S does not have LTE.


OP: Wait for the Nexus Prime that comes out at the end of the month.
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Charge is a goood phone. My friend has it. No complaints from him. I have played with it. Screen is beautiful.....AND its getting gingerbread VERY soon.

Also, if you do plan on getting the Charge, now is the time!
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The 4S does not have LTE.


OP: Wait for the Nexus Prime that comes out at the end of the month.
"I dont want droid prime since its so big / curved screen and $300 price tag."
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