And honestly, keep it if it does what you need it to do. I got the GS2 because I needed to be able to read pdfs and write word documents on the go.
At first everything was great, until...
The Word docs I edited on my phone would have horrible formating problems when sent to my desktop. Used two different Android office suites and they were both terrible. Decided not to get Docs to Go, and just gave up on editing Word Docs on my phone all together.
I really started to miss WebOS notifications. They really are brilliant.
I miss inductive charging. I just love it. It feels like I'm living in the future.
And most importantly, the multitasking. In WebOS, I've come to realize how incredibly simple and yet brilliant the cards metaphor truly is. In Android, if I'm in the middle of writing an email, and I have to look something up on the internet and I suddenly get a call, and I suddenly have to look up another email, I'm screwed. I know it sounds like something that you would never care about, but all day long, I'm emailing, and looking things up on the internet and adding information to my calendar all at once.
And in WebOS I never get lost. I never have to think, how am I going to look at two emails at once. I never have to worry about the OS shutting down my email session. And recently, I installed an email widget on my GS2 and my gmail app stopped syncing. Completely. The OS decided that because I'm using this widget, I don't need gmail to sync. At all. Grrrrr.
Everytime I come back to WebOS after being in Android land, it feels like I'm coming home.
If you want a phone to show off to your friends, get the Galaxy S2. Seriously. I've made many an iphone user jealous. It's super slim, and the screen is gorgeous, the camera is the best in business, and the live wallpapers are amazing, and it's super responsive, and it's got tons of apps.
If you want great notifications, inductive charging, and superb multitasking, keep the Pre 3.
And it's kind of sad that all the sexy tech that the GS2 has means nothing to me if I can't get my work done on a daily basis.