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should i get a samsung galaxy s2 (epic 4g touch) or samsung galaxy s3 i recently have a basic phone and tomorrow im getting a smartphone and i did my research on both of the phones and there both good but i really don't see no changes between the galaxy s2 and s3 and then again the galaxy s2 is cheaper so should i just stick with getting the galaxy s2 or the galaxy s3

MIT 6.002 Circuits and Electronics, Spring 2007
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galaxy s2 is cheaper so i think it's better for you :D
The Galaxy S3 has a better processor, a better camera, somewhat better battery life, higher pixel density (and resolution) and NFC. It depends on how much you are using a phone. If the price difference is not very high, then I guess S3 is the better option. After all, you're not buying it everyday.
Hmmm i might yoya and then again you are true rmpk... So i guess i'll think about thise one

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