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I am sure you are considering the Galaxy SII because you're getting it for a bargain. I've seen some carriers offering the Galaxy SII for $50 or less with a two year contract. Prices that low are tempting, especially when the Galaxy SIII is selling for $200 with a two-year contract. But remember that your wife will have to use this phone for the next two years. And over that time, all the major carriers will have expanded their 4G LTE networks. And new features and functionalities will be added to even newer devices. Meanwhile, you're wife will be stuck with a phone that is using technology that was already a year old when she got her phone.

As for Apple's patent victory over Samsung, I don't think you should worry too much about it, The hearing that would ban any of the Samsung phones cited in the case will be held on December 6, 2012, So at the very covert2 case for apple iphone xs max - red/crystal clear least, you would have until December to purchase the Samsung Galaxy SII, As far as I understand it, the ban does not affect devices or customers who bought the device prior to the ban, It only prohibits the sale of new devices in the U.S, What's more the ban does not mean that Samsung can't sell this phone overseas, so I don't think that the support for Galaxy SII phones will fall off dramatically since Samsung still has to support the product overseas, The other thing is that Samsung is likely to appeal the decision, So this legal fight probably isn't over yet..

At any rate, as I said above, I wouldn't recommend the Galaxy SII now. Instead, you should show your wife some love and get her the more expensive Galaxy SIII. She will thank you for it. Ask Maggie is an advice column that answers readers' wireless and broadband questions. The column now appears twice a week on CNET, offering readers a double dosage of Ask Maggie's advice. If you have a question, I'd love to hear from you. Please send me an e-mail at maggie dot reardon at cbs dot com. And please put "Ask Maggie" in the subject header. You can also follow me on Facebook on my Ask Maggie page.

"To the best of our knowledge, the display will be 4 inches, with the same 326 ppi [pixels per covert2 case for apple iphone xs max - red/crystal clear inch] resolution, which would make it 1,136x640," he said, confirming current speculation, That would keep the ppi ahead of popular phones like the 4.8-inch Samsung Galaxy S III (306 ppi at 1,280x720 resolution) and the 4.7-inch HTC One X (312 ppi at 1,280x720 resolution), And would hike the number of pixels to an estimated 727,040 compared to 614,400 on the current iPhone 4/4S with a 3.5-inch display..

Semenza continued. "You can think of [it] as a widescreen version of the double-VGA format in the 4s," he said. Another marquee upgrade will be in-cell touch tech. "Also, we expect the display to have in-cell touch, which means the touch sensor is integrated into the TFT array of the display, which we think can make the display about 0.5 mm thinner," he said. And what kind of hardware is going to push those extra pixels around? It's not imperative that Apple upgrade the silicon to quad-core (CPU) to drive those pixels, especially since it didn't go that route on the third-generation 2048-by-1536 iPad (that's a dual-core CPU with a quad-core GPU).