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>>Aragon<<    1

hello all

i'm new here. i have a samsong i9100 and like it very much. but i think to buy one more phone for my little brother for his 15 year old birthday. my friend want to sell me a new x10i but i like sensation too. please help me to decide x10i or sensation? thank you

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Lancez    105

if i were you, i'd get sensation :)

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Acmodia    0

sensation ..... unless its alot cheaper then id go for x10 its actually really good with custom roms ... and now the bootladers unlocked .. hopefully we still have developers tho right xD

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Nazaroth2    0

Yeah, if it was for me I'd get the sensation as well.

However, your brother is 15, so the simpler and cheaper x10 might be better in the long run.

But you know your brother better than me, is it worth buying him an expensive (more so than the x10) sensation? Your call

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I'm looking to upgrade my phone from x10i, I'm either going for galaxy s2 or sensation. I want a phone with good gaming capabilities and multi touch. As the x10 doesnt have multi touch some games are a pain. Id get the sensation if its an option to you, it's a very good phone plus multi touch makes games a pleasure :-)

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mt2jjj    23

sensation is better choice, but if he have 15 then i suggest x10, except if is his knowledge higer about phones then sensation.

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