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REVENGE of the GREEN BUBBLES is coming in January.

Ohhhh snap! Vengeance of the Green bubbles is at hand in a stunning upset.

You called us Android fans Plebeians, well my next phone might just be the Samsung S2*Ultra. I submit it's you Apple loving sheep who are the real plebeians.
"But our specs" Sorry. We benched them.

Those reference models are going into the new Samsung S24 Ultra that should be announced in January 2024.

That image. It was just a claim, until now, GeekBench6 confirms the New Qualcomm chips going right into the Samsung S24 Ultra are faster by a considerable amount than the iPhone 15 Pro Max.
Meaning, Gamers? You want to engage in Mobile Gaming? Well, you should buy a Samsung S24 ultra if that's what you want.
With Apple upgrading us to RCS and Sunbird delivering us a backdoor into iMessage and my personal iCloud account emptied of anything useful for Data breaches, I'm intent on signing up with Sunbird.
These women won't even know I'm running an Android until I pull it out in front of them and show them it's running much faster than their iPhones.
The performance crown has been effectively Snatched off Apple's head and given to Android now. The old king has been dethroned, a Stunning Upset is about to roil the markets, This January when they announce a total inversion of the Current Status quo is coming in a Stunning Earthquake that will send shockwaves through the market globally.
And I'm already ahead of the market in realizing it's coming. If you have disposable income, pour it into Qualcomm stock, You won't regret it.




Even in the heart of Apple's backyard, the company will feel fear. Take one last look at your Shining Performance Crown, for soon, nothing of it shall remain but my laughter.

krf336 · 46-50, M
I havent touched an apple since the Iphone 3. I still have my mac mini but I dont use it anymore. I got tired of constant upgrades that disable features and require replacing equpiment and cables.

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