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Need A phone Urgently!! Budget - 22k MAX! Help!

Anish9218

Journeyman
1. Budget?
20-22k MAX

2. Display type and size?
4.0-5.0 (Higher the better)

3. Form Factor? bar, slider, flip?

Bar

4. Preferred choice of brand?

Samsung. Sony, HTC

5. Preferred input method (QWERTY, touchscreen, numpad, touch-n-type).
Touchscreen

6. What camera option you want? Please specify need for flash, autofocus, front facing camera.
Everything

7. Preferred operating system? (Android, Symbian, iOS, Windows Phone etc).
Android

8. Preferred connectivity options (3G, Wifi etc)Please specify clearly.
Everything

9. Preferred applications (Flash, Swype, GPS, etc)?
Everything, Nothing specific.

10. Primary use of handset (multimedia, camera, mails, internet, gaming etc)?
Multimedia, a bit of mail, gaming, internet and taking pics

11. Any specific mobile phones in consideration?
Samsung Galaxy Grand

12. Any other info that you want to share
Will be buying phone in the next week mostly. I loved Galaxy Grand, Are there any other options that I can consider? Loved Canvas HD too but the problem is Micromax's ASS ain't that good. So preferring Grand over Canvas HD. Please do help guys. Awaiting your replies. Are they any new mobiles that I can wait for?
 

Dev_t

Broken In
I also have the same question in mind...also it would be very helpful if someone could point out the cons of having such a low resolution on such a large screen(read Galxy Grand)? How apps get affected due to this fact?? Thanks Anish9218 for asking that question:-o
 

the.one

In the zone
I've read in reviews that lower resolution like the one on grand would result in less crisper text, no other con apart from that.
Personally I'm using devices like galaxy tab 2 & iPad mini, both of which have lower pixel densities than grand, and I'm not facing much issues however.

In fact, a lower pixel density would prove to be a lesser burden on CPU n Gpu, implies u can extract more out of less powerful hardware.
 

pranav0091

I am not an Owl
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Correct. Its only the sharpness that takes a hit. But battery life is comparatively better. The Galaxy grand is pretty much the onlu phone at that budget with a 5 inch screen. Try it and then buy if you like it
 

guru_urug

iGoogle
Homeshop18 has the HTC one S for 22k in their superdeal for a day. You might want to consider that too as an option
 

pratheeshps

Journeyman
I also have the same question in mind...also it would be very helpful if someone could point out the cons of having such a low resolution on such a large screen(read Galxy Grand)? How apps get affected due to this fact?? Thanks Anish9218 for asking that question:-o

All doubts arising on low resolution on 5 inch Galaxy Grand is baseless.You don't even notice any difference from other higher resol. phones..Resolution is not good for you only if you use microscope for viewing your mobile.Lower resolution may give rise to difficulty in reading text in apps.Galaxy Grand is a great product from samsung & if you don't actually believe me,check out it at any local shop near you..
 

Tenida

Gadget Freak
All doubts arising on low resolution on 5 inch Galaxy Grand is baseless.You don't even notice any difference from other higher resol. phones..Resolution is not good for you only if you use microscope for viewing your mobile.Lower resolution may give rise to difficulty in reading text in apps.Galaxy Grand is a great product from samsung & if you don't actually believe me,check out it at any local shop near you..



Just read ebook in it. You will notice the difference, also the specs not that impressive for the price. LG Optimus L9 is better product.
 

furious_gamer

Excessive happiness
All doubts arising on low resolution on 5 inch Galaxy Grand is baseless.You don't even notice any difference from other higher resol. phones..Resolution is not good for you only if you use microscope for viewing your mobile.Lower resolution may give rise to difficulty in reading text in apps.Galaxy Grand is a great product from samsung & if you don't actually believe me,check out it at any local shop near you..

Dude, seriously. L9 is better than Grand in everything except Camera.
 
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Anish9218

Journeyman
Guys my budget's actually 15k, adding the rest from my pocket money. I can't add 1-2k more :( I've seen Grand, and the display aint that bad. A friend of mine bought L7 a few months ago for 18k, In 2 days he had battery issues, camera issues and a 720p playback issues. Luckily he just bought it the day after L7 launched, so the shopkeeper had the phone exchanged for Neo L. :D Ever since, I stopped trusting LG phones :/ SL is out of budget.. Any other phones that I can wait for?
 

coderunknown

Retired Forum Mod
Guys my budget's actually 15k, adding the rest from my pocket money. I can't add 1-2k more :( I've seen Grand, and the display aint that bad. A friend of mine bought L7 a few months ago for 18k, In 2 days he had battery issues, camera issues and a 720p playback issues. Luckily he just bought it the day after L7 launched, so the shopkeeper had the phone exchanged for Neo L. :D Ever since, I stopped trusting LG phones :/ SL is out of budget.. Any other phones that I can wait for?

below L9 & S Advanced, all mobiles from LG & Samsung pack really crappy hardware. If it shows defect the same day or the next, it'll qualify for DOA (dead on arrival) and anybody is eligible for a replacement. These things doesn't make a mobile bad or enough to completely ignore it.
Get L9 or S Advanced. Don't think of anything else. S Advanced is like a lame excuse to ignore L9.
 
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