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Hi all, I'm after some help finding a Samsung to replace the S4 mini that I  have that I really, really don't like!! I had the S2 which I love love loved, but changed up as I found too many apps either couldn't be installed or updated as it was just too old, which was a total bummer.  I went with the S4 mini as I liked the size (my partner has the note 5 which is way too big for me) thinking it would be a better version of the S2 but no, no, no! All I really use my phone for is the basics.....txting, the odd phone call, taking pictures, a bit of a lurk around the internet, playing a few basic games, playing music.  The S4 minis camera is inferior in sharpness and definitely colour compared with the 2, and texting is a whole new realm of silliness also compared with the 2. Now there are so many different types of Samsung (the As, and Js, etc) that I don't know where to start looking. I definitely don't want anything with too many bells and whistles that I just won't use, but I do want quality. Any thoughts, reviews, suggestions will be appreciated.  Many thanks, Fiona.

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Hi
If I were in your situation I whould probably have a look at the a range of Samsung galaxy phones as they are quite popular. I currently have an Samsung galaxy a5 and it's great one of the best phones I've ever had I whould recommend this to you. The a5 has currently got 3 versions out the best one to look at whould be the 2016 or 2017 version. Here are some links about the a5.
http://www.trustedreviews.com/samsung-galaxy-a5-review
http://www.androidauthority.com/samsung-galaxy-a5-2016-review-677748/
Hope this helps
Connor

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Hi
If I were in your situation I whould probably have a look at the a range of Samsung galaxy phones as they are quite popular. I currently have an Samsung galaxy a5 and it's great one of the best phones I've ever had I whould recommend this to you. The a5 has currently got 3 versions out the best one to look at whould be the 2016 or 2017 version. Here are some links about the a5.
http://www.trustedreviews.com/samsung-galaxy-a5-review
http://www.androidauthority.com/samsung-galaxy-a5-2016-review-677748/
Hope this helps
Connor

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