conner5

Cant decide which mobile to get Motorola Razr or Sony Ray S or Samsung Galaxy S II

Always have liked Sonys for their camera, but also looking for good battery, screen that doesnt reflect outside, thanks for any comments :)

Most Useful Answer JanSt  Dec. 12, 2011 at 09:16

Haven't used the RAZR, but the Samsung Galaxy S2 beats the Arc in terms of screen outdoor visibility and viewing angle. The Arc has the better cam imho - especially in low light. In every other aspect the Arc is inferior - though, in its defence, it's a whole lot cheaper than the SGS2.

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conner5  Dec. 12, 2011 at 02:17

Oops that was meant to be Sony Arc S

JanSt / MOD  Dec. 12, 2011 at 09:16

Haven't used the RAZR, but the Samsung Galaxy S2 beats the Arc in terms of screen outdoor visibility and viewing angle. The Arc has the better cam imho - especially in low light. In every other aspect the Arc is inferior - though, in its defence, it's a whole lot cheaper than the SGS2.

conner5  Dec. 15, 2011 at 01:35

Haven't used the RAZR, but the Samsung Galaxy S2 beats the Arc in terms of screen outdoor visibility and viewing angle. The Arc has the better cam imho - especially in low light. In every other aspect the Arc is inferior - though, in its defence, it's a whole lot cheaper than the SGS2.

Thanks, I thought Id made a decision on the Samsung, then saw the size of it - its HUGE! So kinda decided on a Sony Arc S, and looking for a deal around £20. looking for more data rather than minutes, if anybody has any tips Id be v grateful, thanks.

CTPAHHIK  Dec. 15, 2011 at 08:27

Yeah, go with 12 month contract. Sony won't last more than a year - they are cheaply done.

JanSt / MOD  Dec. 15, 2011 at 08:46

In addition, 2012 will see quadcores, and who knows - maybe even one or two Android apps that are worth all that high-end hardware? :p
Nah. What I mean is: the Arc S isn't bad for its money, and for most uses you won't notice the hardware shortcomings, but it is only a matter of time before devs really challenge dual-cores, and then quadcores. There could yet come a bona fide "must-have" Android app that calls for more power than the Arc can deliver. Some games aside, I don't see anything, yet. But a contract term can feel awfully long. 12 months is the most I'd agree to. In fact: I wouldn't. Never signed up for a phone contract in my life ;)

Treab  Dec. 15, 2011 at 20:39

In addition, 2012 will see quadcores, and who knows - maybe even one or two Android apps that are worth all that high-end hardware? :p
Nah. What I mean is: the Arc S isn't bad for its money, and for most uses you won't notice the hardware shortcomings, but it is only a matter of time before devs really challenge dual-cores, and then quadcores. There could yet come a bona fide "must-have" Android app that calls for more power than the Arc can deliver. Some games aside, I don't see anything, yet. But a contract term can feel awfully long. 12 months is the most I'd agree to. In fact: I wouldn't. Never signed up for a phone contract in my life ;)


you have had a phone for more than 7 days have you janular..

you keep buying them then taking them back to vodafone saying you dont want it...

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