Galaxy S II Plus Gives New Life to Old Phone
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Samsung Adds Galaxy A7 to A Series Lineup
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just the software?
i have it rooted. in which it has jelly bean 4.1
does this mean it is pretty much the same thing as this?
Perfect for ppl who want unlocked, unlimited service
Should have been based on T-Mo's version
Yeah it doesn't have a quadcore cpu, or N...