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Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket (AT&T)
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Personally I would go with the original S2. The only upside of having a skyrocket is LTE speeds and the extra .2" (which I think is too big). In the original S2, you have the 1.2GHz exynos chip which blows the 1.5 Ghz crapdragon chip out of the water. The GPU is also far superior in the original S2 than the skyrocket. Personally, I would get the overall better phone that'll run smoother than going for unnecessary high download speeds.
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