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  1.  As good as you want it to be

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    This phone offers so much and delivers, I owned the S2 and this is a vast improvement, not going to drone on so I'll just list some of my favourite features,
    - Gorgeous 4.8" screen, large and clear enough to watch films and tv shows on the train and forget I'm watching them on a phone
    - Incredibly smart and fast, I have yet to experience any lag and the phone will convert any movie/audio files I put on it to a playable format automatically, something you will not get from the I phone
    -LED notification, small led in top left of the device will flash blue if you have a message or missed a call, save you from constantly unlocking it to find out.
    - Design, even though its rocking a huge screen it still fits very comfortably in my hand and its slim profile means it goes basically unnoticed in my pockets!

    In conclusion this is a solid phone that will leave very few owners wanting for more, tip from the top though, get phone insurance, mine costs me 6 pounds/month, any cheaper and you'll be lucky to make a successful claim!

  2.  Oh So Solid

    Posted: 

    bought this over a month ago and still runs very smoothly even though i don't treat it all that great (never shut it down and download lots and lots) the ownly downside is that windows 7 isn't compatible with a lot of old software but to be fair its very old games that i'm trying to play and its not exactly the laptops fault.
    All in all an excelent workhorse for anyone who uses a laptop 'normally' (internet, music & films) Top Banana

  3.  Solid

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    Standard thriller, but with interesting characters and thought provoking,.

    Fans of the more recent simon kernick releases are not so much in similar territory with this one, not as fast paced as Relentless and Severed however more believable, even though this book hasnt got the 'unputdownableness' of other simon kernick work i still feel that this is a stronger book and that made the twists work better.