To upgrade or not to upgrade...that is the question

Discussion in 'Samsung Galaxy Nexus' started by kac8866, Dec 14, 2011.

  1. kac8866

    kac8866 Member

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    I know everyone is excited about the release (finally!) of the Nexus. Here is my question...my upgrade is "live" 4/3/12. But my mother, who is still happy with her not so smart flip phone, has an upgrade available now which I could transfer to my line. So do I transfer the upgrade and get the Nexus or wait until April to see what the next big thing is?
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    Upgrade now and then upgrade if want to later. That's what I'm doing. I have to available now and one in febuary.
     
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    If you love stock ICS, there is no replacing the Nexus. Any device that comes out in the next year will have a skin on the top of it and unless you like skins, you'll be stuck with a modified(crappier) ICS.

    I'd upgrade, minus the picture quality(which may or may not be a software issue), it's one hell of a phone. The only thing you're going to see in April are quad core phones that aren't optimized to even use their additional cores.