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Abbas Ather
I am a senior at IUPUI. My favorite TV shows are That 70's show, Futurama, and The Simpsons. I enjoy working out to maintain fitness.
I am a senior at IUPUI. My favorite TV shows are That 70's show, Futurama, and The Simpsons. I enjoy working out to maintain fitness.
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What reasons are there to opt for the iPhone 7 over the 7 Plus besides the 7 being smaller and easier to use for most people?

In general, are Canon's SX series of cameras better suited for taking still images than videos? I am looking for a great camera to mainly take pictures with. I currently use a PowerShot ELPH 340 HS, but still interested in getting a new camera. 

Can I get a Pixel phone from Verizon and then activate it on Sprint? If so, what must I do to obtain the phone from Verizon? Should it be bought at full price?

Has LG improved the software of their flagship phones? I am interested in the LG V20, but read in the past that LG's skin is not one of best overlays for Android. More people prefer Samsung's TouchWiz or even HTC's Sense. However, LG still has removable batteries while most other major Android OEMs have abandoned them at the moment. LG has had boot loop issues with past devices, so I am not sure about getting a V20 and using it on a daily basis. 

Does going from a Nexus 6P to a Samsung Galaxy Note 5 sound like an upgrade? Would the S6 Edge+ be a better or worse upgrade than the Note 5?

Is it still worth it to buy the Samsung Galaxy S6 phones or the Note 5 at this time? All versions of the phones come with an older version of the Exynos processor. I know Exynos variants are much better than their Snapdragon counterparts for Samsung devices. However, the international S7s and Note 7 will not work on my carrier. That is why I am asking about last year's phones. when looking at the Multi-core score on Geekbench 4, most of Samsung's 2015 flagships scores higher than the SD 820 variants. For Single-core, the S7s and Note 7 score slightly higher than last year's Samsung flagships. 

Are there any reasons to get an LG V20 over other Android phones? I am well aware that some people are not fans of LG's UI. 

Will the unlocked models of the Pixel and Pixel XL work on Sprint's network (not counting Project Fi)?

Would you still get the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 after the recall?

Is there any legitimate reason to get a Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 Edge or Note 7? Disregard the battery issue that will be fixed at the appropriate time. I know Samsung advertises and markets the three phones so much. 
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