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Smartphone or android tablet, what should i get?

I am thinking about getting “Galaxy mini” (smartphone)
same time i’ve heard about those android tablet (same price)
witch is more useful (i dont really need a new phone)

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    Elise
    Posted 2 years ago

    So you just said you don’t need a new phone? Getting a new phone when you don’t need one is a waste of money if you already have a decent mobile.
    Smartphones are not great ideas. Some of them (like the Galaxy Mini) can be alright, however a BlackBerry is not the best phone to get. They’re very common especially among teenagers, which makes you think they’re good. Mine’s been in for repair 3 times, and I can’t wait to get a new one…

    Most smartphones (except BlackBerry) run on Android. So if you get a Galaxy Mini, you basically have a small Android tablet.

    I think you should get an Android tablet if you don’t need a new phone. Although they are more expensive, an iPad is another great idea!

      IrishVT
      Posted 2 years ago

      Techradar gave the mini a fairly crummy review. Grab the galaxy ace instead – an extra 30 quid for a much much better phone.

      I would say the usefulness is dependent on what you want it to do. An android smartphone can do everything a tablet can do but it has a smaller screen size. A tablet can do everything a smartphone can do except make phone calls.

      So. If you want something for using facebook and youtube on the go and don’t care if it won’t fit in your pocket, get a tablet. If you want it to be easier to carry around and don’t want to carry around a phone as well then get a smartphone. Also, keep in mind that not all apps in the market work well on tablets. Besides, you can sell your current phone to make the android smartphone a ‘cheaper’ way to go.

      Me? I have a smartphone. Motorola Bravo, a low-mid range android. Works great – even as a ghetto kindle and I have no intention of getting a tablet in the near future. I don’t want the hassle of keeping two devices charged!

    2 comments on “Smartphone or android tablet, what should i get?

    1. So you just said you don’t need a new phone? Getting a new phone when you don’t need one is a waste of money if you already have a decent mobile.
      Smartphones are not great ideas. Some of them (like the Galaxy Mini) can be alright, however a BlackBerry is not the best phone to get. They’re very common especially among teenagers, which makes you think they’re good. Mine’s been in for repair 3 times, and I can’t wait to get a new one…

      Most smartphones (except BlackBerry) run on Android. So if you get a Galaxy Mini, you basically have a small Android tablet.

      I think you should get an Android tablet if you don’t need a new phone. Although they are more expensive, an iPad is another great idea!

    2. IrishVT on said:

      Techradar gave the mini a fairly crummy review. Grab the galaxy ace instead – an extra 30 quid for a much much better phone.

      I would say the usefulness is dependent on what you want it to do. An android smartphone can do everything a tablet can do but it has a smaller screen size. A tablet can do everything a smartphone can do except make phone calls.

      So. If you want something for using facebook and youtube on the go and don’t care if it won’t fit in your pocket, get a tablet. If you want it to be easier to carry around and don’t want to carry around a phone as well then get a smartphone. Also, keep in mind that not all apps in the market work well on tablets. Besides, you can sell your current phone to make the android smartphone a ‘cheaper’ way to go.

      Me? I have a smartphone. Motorola Bravo, a low-mid range android. Works great – even as a ghetto kindle and I have no intention of getting a tablet in the near future. I don’t want the hassle of keeping two devices charged!

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