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The sony looks HUGE. The Lumia could be a rumor and that HTC looks like the new One


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The sony looks HUGE. The Lumia could be a rumor and that HTC looks like the new One

I dont think that is a One. It looks more white around the edges.

I guess we shall see soon enough though.


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Phablet for Sony?? Hey what do you guys think bout the Google Edition phones? Worth the buy? What's the difference if you Cyanogen Mod? Wouldn't it be the same??

I think they are a fantastic idea. Its shame its took this long. A lot of people (myself included) greatly prefer stock android over sense or touchwiz etc.

Although, like you said, you can flash Cyanogen or some AOSP/AOKP rom for a similar effect they do not get updated as quickly as the google phones.


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I think they are a fantastic idea. Its shame its took this long. A lot of people (myself included) greatly prefer stock android over sense or touchwiz etc.

Although, like you said, you can flash Cyanogen or some AOSP/AOKP rom for a similar effect they do not get updated as quickly as the google phones.

Haha I just prefer the lack of bloatware. Currently using an Xperia ZL and frankly compared to Samsung I really thank God it feels more stock than all those crazy Samsung apps and features that no is gonna use. But in the US people have to pay more just for the Google Edition. Do you guys think its worth it? Cyanogen Mod, being nightly or stable is free. So long as xda and CM supports the device.

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Haha I just prefer the lack of bloatware. Currently using an Xperia ZL and frankly compared to Samsung I really thank God it feels more stock than all those crazy Samsung apps and features that no is gonna use. But in the US people have to pay more just for the Google Edition. Do you guys think its worth it? Cyanogen Mod, being nightly or stable is free. So long as xda and CM supports the device.

I thought it was cheaper than an unlocked version of the regular gs4?

I could be wrong, but if it is cheaper another way then that makes more sense considering with the google version being out you could just flash that rom to your device.


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I thought it was cheaper than an unlocked version of the regular gs4?

I could be wrong, but if it is cheaper another way then that makes more sense considering with the google version being out you could just flash that rom to your device.

True. But lol I never got the Samsung concept, putting functions that no one is ever gonna use after like 3 weeks of having the phone. And my friend had the octacore variant and it still lagged just scrolling through the home screen. Have no idea what's wrong..

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Phablet for Sony?? Hey what do you guys think bout the Google Edition phones? Worth the buy? What's the difference if you Cyanogen Mod? Wouldn't it be the same??

Or Pacman rom, I just flashed it today, and I am amazed by the options it has to customize your device.

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