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    Thunderbolt or Dinc2?

    4G will probably never be available where I live (dont have 3G yet) and the screen size is not that important. So with that info how do these phones differ?
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    From what Ive seen, the Dinc2 is just a 4 inch TB without 4G. Same processor, same memory, same resolution I believe. dontknow if 4G wasnt a concern I might go with the Dinc just becasue it should be more pocketable. dont know if thats a concern for you or not. The big screen can be nice though, especially when trying to use a virtual keyboard.
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    Thats what i thought, looks like the Dinc 2 is in my future!
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    Incredible also has excellent battery life! And they say the cam is better then the tbolt as well.

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    I read the cam was the exact same as the Bolt
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    Too bad there isn't a side by side comparison of the two, looks like this is going to be a very common question over the next couple of weeks, lol!
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    Well...

    Is your area going to get 4G anytime over the next 2 years, and if/when it does, will you want to use it?

    Cause right now, you'll be locked in for 2 years, and you'll be paying the exact same price per month for either the TB or DI2. However, with the TB, you'll get 4G once its turned on, and thats something that you will not experience with the DI2.

    Price per month, it makes more sense to go with the TB. You get more out of your plan for the same price. Upfront costs might lean toward the DI2, though, but likely only slightly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZBacks View Post
    4G will probably never be available where I live (dont have 3G yet) and the screen size is not that important. So with that info how do these phones differ?

    Where do you live that you don't have 3g? And why would you pay for 3g data ($30/month) if you can't use it?

    Anyway, I'd go for the Inc2 if I were sure 4g wouldn't be around in the next 20 months. I like the 4 inch form better than 4.3 and it should have better battery life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by matt2783 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by ZBacks View Post
    4G will probably never be available where I live (dont have 3G yet) and the screen size is not that important. So with that info how do these phones differ?

    Where do you live that you don't have 3g? And why would you pay for 3g data ($30/month) if you can't use it?

    Anyway, I'd go for the Inc2 if I were sure 4g wouldn't be around in the next 20 months. I like the 4 inch form better than 4.3 and it should have better battery life.
    Not me.. T-bolt and 4.3" of real estate = BONUS!!
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