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Old August 5, 2012, 10:07 PM
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Well a better camera, a better cpu, LTE, a better screen would all be things I would expect in the next Nexus phone(s).

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Old August 5, 2012, 11:11 PM
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Originally Posted by belgolas View Post
Well a better camera, a better cpu, LTE, a better screen would all be things I would expect in the next Nexus phone(s).
I also expect internal storage only though.

Samsung has quad-core and LTE now though in Korea; I am hoping the Note II has this...if so, then perhaps the new Nexus will have it too.
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Old August 5, 2012, 11:12 PM
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4.1.1 you mean ;) Jellybean is already available on the Galaxy Nexus anyways.

I figure the only major difference will be LTE support. Maybe quad-core silicon, but I doubt it since I don't believe any of those chips support North American LTE yet.

Maybe it'll be made by Motorola now too? Who knows.
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Old August 20, 2012, 03:02 PM
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I was in the same position, moving from an iPhone to Android and narrowed it down to the nexus and the GSIII. I went with the GSIII because of the few extra mega pixels in the camera,the expandable memory, its a bit thinner, its screen is better.....and the removable battery (almost went evo 4g lte)...Would have gotten the Note, but it wasnt an option. The GSIII is by far the best phone i have owned (which is a few). Its made of plastic and is super slippery but well worth it and of course the 2GB of ram is helpful...the best part about it the GSIII makes iPhone users feel right at home with the white samsung earbuds they come with.
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