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Just want an opinion..

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by Faintestidea, Nov 4, 2012.

  1. Faintestidea
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    I'm looking to get a somewhat older smartphone, as in 3G. It will be mainly used to connect with my Nexus tablet so I can have connectivity 24/7. I had the Bionic a few months back but got rid of it due to money situations. But now things have gotten better so I can go back to smartphones. I'm just wondering what some of the good older smartphones are, as in Droid 3, DI2, etc... Anyhelp from people tha twould know would be appreciated. Thanks
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    If your main concern is tethering then any of the older 3g phones will do. Heck my OG Droid is still stable if I ever needed to go back to it.

    Really can't go wrong with any of the 3g models.
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    Yeah, if all you're doing is tethering then I recommend whatever you can get with a large extended battery.