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I like the Nexus models.
But all these appear to be 2 year devices. Does that fail your reliability criteria?
That's a generalization
Plenty of people have handsets that are 2+ yrs old. Not worth entering into the OP's equation since I'm certain they weren't born yesterday.
To some that's how they measure reliable.
I think the 2 year average looks reliable.
Just when I thought you were making progress....
...you start posting to folks in riddles again
Just when I thought you were too.
I thought we could banter all day. Let's hear what the OP thinks about reliable.
-> Another comment today around town was a complaint about dead spots in town. I.E. Unreliable service.
I wonder if some think the phone determines that?
How about an unlocked Samsung Galaxy S3?
That is selling for about 200 Euro right now since the S4 just came out. Decent rig.
Keep in mind 'able to surf at a good speed' has to do with the speed of the cellular data network you are on more than it does with the handset. In this regard I suggest you find out which carrier you would like to use.