Choosing between Samsung Galaxy S4 3G and LTE?
ED@ITWORLD 7 weeks ago
Recently, my 2-month old white S4 LTE got stolen. I'm planning to buy a quick replacement S4. And since S4 has recently added new colors to the original black and white, I'm inclined to get either the blue or red. Problem is, these colors are always not available for S4 LTE but easily available for S4 3G. Due to my urgent need, I'm being tempted to get the 3G version not because it is cheaper by around USD 20 here, but mostly because I'm not a heavy user of mobile internet since I have WIFI at home and office, thus I have no perceived need YET to benefit from LTE in my day-to-day activities. My concern is, is it still advisable to buy 3G devices today for use in the next 2-3 years, or should I just get LTE and probably benefit from its features in the near future?
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