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Hey guys,

I'm looking to buy an Android smartphone relatively soon, hopefully within the month. I know a lot of phones have been announced recently, but some good phones (mainly the Galaxy S II) are already out, and I'd like to get a new phone ASAP. I've been looking into phones for a couple weeks now, and waiting for these new announcements, but all they've done is made me more confused as to what I should get. Without further ado, here's what I want in a phone. Please make suggestions accordingly.

Form Factor: Not too large, I want a phone that I can comfortably put into my pocket. The Nexus (with a 4.65 inch screen) and the Atrix II (at 10.5mm thick) really don't shine in this area, where as the Galaxy S II (8.49mm thick and 4.3 inch screen) and Razr (7.1mm thick and 4.3 inch screen) seem to be the best choice.

Display: Once again, not too large. The higher the res, the better.
Atrix II: 960x540
Razr: 960x540 (AMOLED)
Galaxy S II: 800x480 (AMOLED)
Nexus: 720x1280 (AMOLED)
The low resolution of the Galaxy S II is very unappealing, even the phone does have an AMOLED screen. The resolutions of the Razr and Atrix II look great, but the Razr wins with an AMOLED screen. The Nexus would seem to be the overall winner, however, but the screen size and an underpowered GPU make me believe that the Razr may be my first choice in this category.

Internals: Dual-core (obviously), with a good GPU to boot. The Nexus disappoints me in this aspect, having the highest resolution screen of all the smart phones I've listed (Razr, Galaxy S2, and Atrix II), but one of the worst GPUs. The Atrix II also disappoints, having a 1GHz CPU while the Razr, Galaxy S II, and Nexus all have CPUs clocked at 1.2GHz.

Camera: Not all that important. 1080p video recording would be nice, along with good front facing and rear facing cameras. The Nexus once again disappoints here, I've viewed a couple of the shots taken with its camera (5MP, compared to the 8MP of many other phones), and they don't seem too spectacular. The fast shutter speed does seem nice, but also somewhat gimmicky. The Galaxy S II stands out with a 2MP front facing camera, compared to the 1.3MP front facing camera of the Nexus.

Battery Life: It appears the Nexus has a 1700mAh battery, the Galaxy S II has a 1650mAh battery, the Razr has a 1800mAh battery, and the Atrix II has a 1785mAh battery. The Atrix II (second best battery capacity, but a 1GHz CPU) will probably last the longest, with the Razr in second (best battery capacity, but 1.2GHz CPU and 960x540 screen), Galaxy S II in third (worst battery capacity and 1.2GHz CPU, but only 800x480 screen), and Nexus in last (second to worst battery capacity with 1.2GHz CPU and 720x1280 screen).

Build Quality/Durability: The new Razr looks very appealing, with Gorilla Glass, Kevlar backing, and water resist-ability, as do the Galaxy S II and Atrix II (with Gorilla Glass). The Nexus doesn't appear to have any of these protective features.

Capacity: I'd prefer a phone with 32GB onboard, and a microSD slot for another 32GB (and perhaps a 64GB card as soon as they are readily available). I'm really disappointed that the Razr only has 16GB of onboard, although I suppose I could work with limited space if need be.

Operating System: I'd prefer a phone that will update to ICS as soon as it is released, either by being fully supported or by being completely compatible with CyanogenMod. The Galaxy S II is already supported by CM, and the Nexus ships with ICS.

Carrier: Doesn't really matter. I'm currently on AT&T, but I've heard great stuff about Verizon and I'd be willing to switch.

Price: As cheap as I can get, without losing features. Phones (with a contract) don't usually run more than $300, which I'd be willing to spend if you can tell me why the phone is worth that (vs. the $150 the Galaxy S II is going for).

As of right now, the Galaxy S II and Razr are my top choices. However, they do have clear downfalls (the low res screen of the Galaxy S II, and the substantially smaller onboard memory of the Razr). Any opinion would be greatly appreciated. And I do realize that this is a lot of information, but that's the reason I'm so confused as to what I should get. Any help is appreciated.
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My personal opinion would go to samsung galaxy s2. I'm currently rocking a nexus s that is underclocked to 880mhz and it's snappier than ever thanks to rooting and a performance kernel. This shows that processor speed and number of cores don't matter in gingerbread however with icecream sandwich, it may change so I'll recommend the s2 for the best dual core processor in a phone. The galaxy s2 has a option of buying the 2000mah extended battery and it's made by samsung
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Look at the actual dimensions of the phone. The galaxy nexus isn't much bigger than a gs2 due to having no physical buttons. Screen size isn't the only thing.
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Have you seen the SGSII in persion...? The screen looks phenomenal.
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Originally Posted by Ubernoobie View Post
My personal opinion would go to samsung galaxy s2. I'm currently rocking a nexus s that is underclocked to 880mhz and it's snappier than ever thanks to rooting and a performance kernel. This shows that processor speed and number of cores don't matter in gingerbread however with icecream sandwich, it may change so I'll recommend the s2 for the best dual core processor in a phone. The galaxy s2 has a option of buying the 2000mah extended battery and it's made by samsung
Thanks for the opinion! ICS is supposed to support hardware acceleration and multiple cores much better than Gingerbread, so a dual core phone is really appealing at the moment.

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Originally Posted by brumby05 View Post
Look at the actual dimensions of the phone. The galaxy nexus isn't much bigger than a gs2 due to having no physical buttons. Screen size isn't the only thing.
And the Galaxy S II is somewhat large to being with. The small increase in size really wasn't one of the main reason I don't like the phone as much as the Razr or Galaxy S II, though. The points I brought up concerning the internals, durability, and battery life are my main complaints with the phone. I might be the only one willing to say this, but the Nexus announcement was somewhat of a disappointment.

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Originally Posted by ZainyAntics View Post
Have you seen the SGSII in persion...? The screen looks phenomenal.
Only once, and for around 5 minutes. I'm hoping to get to an AT&T store this week to compare it to other phones with higher resolution screens.
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I have the GS2 AT&T version and love it so far. With moderate use, the phone lasts me about 2 days with the stock ROM, you can probably squeeze out a few extra hours with a different ROM.

Only thing I wish it had is a higher resolution, but still, the screen looks great and is nice and crisp.

I think you should rule out the Atrix, it doesn't really match any of the other phones. I really like the Razr, but the locked bootloader sort of puts me off. For me it comes down to the GS2 and the Nexus. So I say wait till reviews come in for the Nexus and then make your choice.
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The SGSII, while having last year's resolution, still has a very good screen (love the true black color, but I don't like the way it displays white color). I would wait and see if any of the other phones will have a PenTile display before condemning the SGSII as the least favorable display.

The Galaxy Nexus' screen is the biggest @ 4.65", but you have to remember that a certain amount of that space is dedicated to the onscreen buttons that are feature in ICS. The onscreen buttons now occupy the space that used to be reserved for the 4 Android buttons, so really, you can put a larger display in a smaller form factor. This is a great change because now you will get all the benefits of a bigger screen (when you need it) without increasing the size of the actual device.
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I have the GS2 AT&T version and love it so far. With moderate use, the phone lasts me about 2 days with the stock ROM, you can probably squeeze out a few extra hours with a different ROM.

Only thing I wish it had is a higher resolution, but still, the screen looks great and is nice and crisp.

I think you should rule out the Atrix, it doesn't really match any of the other phones. I really like the Razr, but the locked bootloader sort of puts me off. For me it comes down to the GS2 and the Nexus. So I say wait till reviews come in for the Nexus and then make your choice.
I think I have to agree with you at this point, the Atrix may be out of the question. I'm really considering waiting for the Razr, though, as quite a few Motorola phones are compatible with CM. Plus, by the time the Razr is released and CM compatibility is assessed, the Nexus will be out and fully reviewed.
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The SGSII, while having last year's resolution, still has a very good screen (love the true black color, but I don't like the way it displays white color). I would wait and see if any of the other phones will have a PenTile display before condemning the SGSII as the least favorable display.

The Galaxy Nexus' screen is the biggest @ 4.65", but you have to remember that a certain amount of that space is dedicated to the onscreen buttons that are feature in ICS. The onscreen buttons now occupy the space that used to be reserved for the 4 Android buttons, so really, you can put a larger display in a smaller form factor. This is a great change because now you will get all the benefits of a bigger screen (when you need it) without increasing the size of the actual device.
Like stated above, I think I'll end up waiting a bit to see how things pan out. I'm really hoping that the Nexus and Razr don't have pentile screens, that could definitely rule out a phone completely.

Thanks, guys. Rep to all of you.
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I am in the exact same boat as you. I am reviewing the same phones and I am leaning toward the SGSII from hands on experience. Just out of curiosity, at what point do you notice the difference in screen resolutions during use?
In addition, are you planning to use this as somewhat of a laptop replacement? Is that the reason for the need for huge storage?

As far as plans go, I think AT&T is pretty nice to stay with given their unlimited mobile calls to any carrier. If you want unlimited data there is always the iPhone 2g trick.

Speaking from experience, I would go a bit overboard on this purchase so there is no buyers remorse in the near future
     
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Have you considered the G2x? I have one, and IMO, it's the perfect size you're looking for. It's only 800x480 but it looks great, and it's going for $50 after rebate with TMO right now.

My original opinion: I'd hands down go for the Nexus Galaxy. It's really not going to be all that bigger in overall size and it ships with ICS. 720p resolution screen. Extremely slick design. Sturdiness I can't judge until I have one.
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