Galaxy S2 or HTC Sensation or another iPhone?

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    Android Enthusiast titanoman's Avatar
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    Android power-amp (android market 5 bucks)

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    .....Samsung

    It does seem like my preference for the Samsung might be a good choice. It also seems that my music can be played successfully via Power Amp. Thanks for the comments...Can anyone say why I SHOULDN'T go samsung?:-)

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    I tend to not like how they take forever in releasing an update to the rom. Their phones tend to run a little hotter than other manufacturers.
    However, I have a Samsung Vibrant and you wouldn't get me to trade it for any other phone. (custom rom) :D
    Update: I was referring to Samsung.
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    Quote Originally Posted by titanoman View Post
    Power-amp (android market, 5 bucks) has all the gapless, cross-fading (12 band eq also) and everything in between you could ask for. The best stereo system in the world.

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    Stereo? Does anyone know if the Galaxy S2 is stereo? That would be like going back to my old slow N97.

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    I'm just a newbie with a beginners level phone, you guys know so much more about androids and i's than I'll ever know. And power-amp I'm sure. I just know (I think) you can adjust the gap to nil or adjust the cross-fade overlap or fade adjusts ending to beginning whatever is your pleasure. And my audio out-put is high-quality. I don't know if that means it's in stereo or not, or high-fidelity, I just know nothing else out there can possibly sound as good as power-amp on my phone, a "cheapo", so it must sound good on all you guyzez nice phones.


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    I was not aware that app had that capability (I only used the free version and it did more than I needed, no point in me paying for the whole version) .. definitely sounds like your best bet music wise. Not sure if it's stereo or not, altho the above post makes it sound like it is.

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    Well I'm convinced that I'll ditch the iPhone and go Samsung on August 5th. Happy Daze.

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    Just a heads up about the Samsung Galaxy S2. You will need extra batteries because you will not be able to put it down. I came from the iPhone 4 and rarely used it other than as a phone so the battery lasted a few days. The S2 eats through batteries like there is no tomorrow. It has a great standby time though and very minimal battery use overnight unlike some phones. As far as updates go the S2 is very well supported by Samsung. It is on kE8 now and started with KE1. And it is about to get 2.3.4. In conclusion...if you are a power user buy batteries when you get the phone. Do not wait. PPS:the phone sounds great.

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    Don't know about HTC's 'memory leak' problem, as I've never experienced it (using HTC stuff for 6 years now, Nexus One for 1.5 years, now Sensation), and I get terrific battery life (I also use 'battery doctor' app from Market), and I'm now rooted as of tonight. I'm sure you already love the form of iPhone, so Samsung's iPhoney may fit your bill, but if you want a real change, get Sensationalized.
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