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Upgrading from Samsung Galaxy Nexus to ???

Discussion in 'Verizon Wireless' started by Whitechapel, Sep 22, 2013.

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    My phone upgrade is available next month. So my question is, what phone should I be looking at? I currently use a Samsung Galaxy Nexus and have been thrilled by it, I think it's the greatest phone I've ever owned. I root/ROM and all that. I have zero interest in an iPhone, must be Android. I just don't know what the top phone is out now or if anything is coming out in the next month or so. As an Android fanboy who relies heavily on his phone, what do you suggest?
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    personally i'll be going up to the Note 3 when it releases in a few weeks. I was originally leaning toward the S4 but figure the Note will be a slightly bigger but much more powerful option for basically the same price point.
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    The more I'm reading about the Note 3, the more I want it.

    Samsung Galaxy Note 3 release date and news | News | TechRadar

    Qualcomm?s envelope tracker means LTE won?t kill Galaxy Note 3 battery life | Mobile | Geek.com

    The only thing that truly scares me is 1) The huge screen, how much battery life is going to eat up? and 2) The internal battery. I am going to have this phone for another year and a half, what if I need to replace it? I don't think you can swap out internal batteries.

    I'll have more questions as I read about it, but the Note 3 seems to be packing some huge technology, and I am ALL about that! That second article I posted about the 4G battery drain excites me. I pay for 4G on my Nexus but I find it eats up so much battery life that I rarely use it.
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    i'm pretty sure that the battery is swapable like it was on the nexus. from everything i've read and the pics i've seen, it seems to indicate that you can. the note has the removable back unlike the HTC One and LG G2 that dont have the removable back and therefore you cant swap the battery
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