Rashme, 24 Apr 2013s3,one x+,optimus g are at 500$ one x is at arnd..450$If you go value for money S3 is the right chose because one x has only 16Gb and no micro sd card slot. Lg mean no update. After the nexus brand Samsung always give update to there flagship. But it's slower than nexus branded phone but the second fastesse. Htc make good phone also had two Htc before my first Samsung(S3).
Rashme, 24 Apr 2013yeah, i know..
but thats the possible lowest price found here...:'(Was that US you coating? Price too high for 1 year old.
How much for the one x + ?
Killer Droid, 24 Apr 2013Lg optimug don't have a micro sd card slot alsofinally s3 is it..wit 64gb mmcard...
no more left-right...
thank u anthony and killerdroid frm the bottom of ma heart....
will always remind u.:-)
Rashme, 24 Apr 2013in comparing s3 and 1x+.. we forgot lg optimus g...:-DLg optimug don't have a micro sd card slot also
Killer Droid, 24 Apr 2013What are the other price for One x and optimus G?s3,one x+,optimus g are at 500$
one x is at arnd..450$
Rashme, 24 Apr 2013in comparing s3 and 1x+.. we forgot lg optimus g...:-DYes but i really do not recommend Lg smartphone. The best android are Samsung, Htc and Sony. Lg never give update to their flagship.
Rashme, 24 Apr 2013yeah, i know.. but thats the possible lowest price found here...:'(What are the other price for One x and optimus G?
Killer Droid, 24 Apr 2013That's too high for a last year flagship in my opinion.But if money is not a problem for you go for it. Be sure that's it the I9300. Because even if your prodivider Is not giving you the last update. You can always side load another stock rom from another region that have the latest update via odin. You can find the latest update on sammobile.
Killer Droid, 24 Apr 2013That's too high for a last year flagship in my opinion.yeah, i know..
but thats the possible lowest price found here...:'(
Anthony, 24 Apr 2013Explain to the potential buyer what has to be done in order to use apps from the SD card. It... moreThe only down side On S3 is that you can only install app on your built in 16gb internal memory. But the same thing can be said for One X+ because he don't have a micro sd card slot.
Rashme, 24 Apr 2013@Anthony,kilerr droid... planning for s3...at 499$ pebble blue colour....That's too high for a last year flagship in my opinion.
Rashme, 24 Apr 2013hats off to u bro...truly helpful...
but still confused...
lol...;-(Both phones will be great for gaming
And both support USB on the go, so don’t panic about expanding storage or let gaming be the deciding factor.
For you it comes down to UI vs the S-suit of apps
Decide which is more important and that is the one you buy.
Anthony, 24 Apr 2013I have the SIII and for the price it cost when I got it, it was a good buy. But here are some ... moreYes but that's the joy of android. Am currentely using Nova launcher on my S3 because i hate touch wiz. You don't have to root to use other launcher + i use swiftkey for my keybord way better than stook keybord by far. 16Gb is more than enouch want your a gamer. Am a big time gamer. The thing that took more place are my rom for my emulator like Crissi core for psp is at 1.5 GB and they all on my micro sd card. I think that for a gamer micro sd card slot is a must. + if you broke you One+ you are losing all your stuff. But is s3 broke you still can have all your data on your Sd card.
Killer Droid, 24 Apr 2013http://www.videotron.com/residential/mobile/devices-and-accessories#
this his the link of m... morethe saddest thing is that such carriers of s3_ 0$...are not avaiable in india..
people still buy here at price of around...500$
Killer Droid, 24 Apr 2013If your a gamer like S3 is the logical option because of the micro sd card slot. I have a N64,... moreExplain to the potential buyer what has to be done in order to use apps from the SD card.
It is not a simple as 1,2,3. (not every one is willing to do that)
Also it should be noted that just like the SIII the one X+ also supports USB on the go. So an external flash drive could also be used as storage. you are not really limited to what is built into the phone or micro SD cards.