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Submitted by SJIND 563d ago | opinion piece

Worth waiting for: 5 upcoming Android phones

Geek: Phone makers usually like to bring their best to bear in the holiday season, but that doesn’t mean you should throw your money at them just yet. There are some very interesting Android devices coming up in 2013, so maybe you want to break out the duct tape and keep your current phone in one piece just a little bit longer. (Android Phones, Phones)

fatstarr  +   563d ago
I cant wait, true quad core is what I am waiting for. hopefully we hear some big news before the summer
Yi-Long  +   562d ago
Personally....
... I'm looking to buy a Chinese smartphone (or 'phablet') in the coming month orso, which often have similar (or better) specs than these A-brand phones, at a fraction of the cost.

That way, I can just buy a good sim-lock free Chinese phone for 150-200 euro, instead of buying an A-brand and spend 3 times as much on something which might only be a fraction better (if even that...)

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