What phone are you upgrading from?

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  1. wicked

    wicked DF Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

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    My current phone is the Galaxy Nexus which I'll be upgrading. So what phone are you replacing with the Samsung Galaxy S4? :big smile:
     
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    I have a Galaxy S3 but I'm not sold on the upgrade yet.
     
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    If it doesn't have the same battery life as my Razor Maxx HD , I won't be upgrading at all.
     
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    I'm currently using an HTC Droid Incredible 2. Yep... I'm in big time need of an upgrade- both hardware and software!
    If the GS4 doesn't up the ante on the GS3, I'm more inclined to upgrade to the GS3 or Razr Maxx Hd.

    Regardless, Jelly Bean and new hardware is mighty intriguing right now!
     
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    launch date droid bionic here. looking to get an SG4 at full price so i keep my unlimited 4G. might hold off though since my phone - while painfully slow at times - is still fully functional.
     
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    Nexus, time for a new toy!
     
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    Why, because it would be so hard to open the back and swap in a fresh new battery, LOL. It takes me a whole 30 seconds to do that on my S3, and let me tell you, carrying that extra battery in my pocket really weighs me down, LOL.
     
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    Im gonna chill and wait for a Nexus.That removable 2600 batt is gonna be a pain.It takes me way to long to swap it.Ill wait for a nonremovable.:blink::D
     
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    Droid Bionic. Not sure why so many ppl are complaining about the new S4, but I'm sold.
     
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    I'm ready to upgrade my Thunderbolt !!
     
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    Nobody should ever have to remove the back cover and swap a dead battery in the middle of the day. Word to the people at the drawing boards, these phones really aren't that big or heavy. If the phones were say 1 Millimeter thicker, how much more battery capacity could be built into the device?? And how much longer would the battery last on a single charge??
    Motorola already has this figured out and proved it with the Razor Maxx HD. The other phone makers need to take a lesson from Motorola.
     
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