Coverage Mapper - A crowd sourced cellular signal strength mapping application
Download from the Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...CoverageMapper.
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I thought I'd heard K would be Key Lime Pie.
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Software is always more important than hardware. I'd always rather have a Nexus S running ICS than a Galaxy S II running Gingerbread any day of the week. I'd rather have a Galaxy Nexus running JB, or whatever they decide K will be, than a Galaxy S III that's a software version behind. Even at the same price I'd choose the Galaxy Nexus, the fact that it's much cheaper is just a bonus.
Galaxy S III is supposed to get Jelly Bean in September, but Nexus phones will always get updates first and for many years after Samsung stops updating Galaxy S III. Look at the Galaxy S, it doesn't even have ICS but the Nexus S just got Jell Bean.
If you're rooting, it's less of an issue because the Galaxy S line of phone are popular, so you will see Dev support for it.
What you will have with the Galaxy S III is a newer processor with great battery life. Faster speeds in the form of HSPA DC doesn't really matter on WIND's network, but if you plan on use T-Mobile or Bell/Telus it will make a diff. I tested I747 vs T999, side by side, on Bell and T999 is faster (obviously testing HSPA only).
I don't think you can go wrong either way. I picked GS3 for SD card and
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