Samsung Galaxy S II Packs 21Mbps HSPA+ , Gingerbread
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Samsung Note 4 Is More of A Big Thing
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No thanks SamSUCK
Last but not least, you always somehow seem to phuck something up by always falling short. Like not include a feature such as a camera flash, or take away 720p video recording. You always phuck up somewhere. Not to mention the signature SamSUCK cheap plasticky build quality.
When is it going on sale?
GUARANTEED GOING TO TMOBILE
in no wya shape or form would at&t get this im sorry guys
That's to say nothing of Samsung's inability to get the most popular Android handset on earth (the original Galaxy S series) running an OS le...
i want this so bad