Reviews and Problems with Samsung N7100 / N7105 / L900 / I605 / I317 / T889 / Galaxy Note 2
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"A delight for lovers of screen real estate and specs"
4 days ago
Pros: - Thin and light - Screen resolution looks crisp - Myriad of Android apps and customisations - Micro USB means you can charge with lots of adapters/cables - Expandable storage (I've added another 64GB)
Cons: - Plasticky build - Will only fit in the deepest of pockets - Camera is "meh" quality compared to Lumias and iPhones - Weird - memory leaks after a year of use, will make the device sluggish and irritating to tech noobs
Summary: "My wife and her family bought me one in their native Thailand .I'm deaf so things like speech to text and the notes scribble to text have been an absolute revelation and life changing device for me . Most of the year we live 6000 miles apart but this phone means we can communicate all the time ,,be it Facebook or google or line or Skype .A fantastic bit of kit that has really changed my life .
Summary: "I switched to the Note 2 from an iPhone 4S, and I'm just blown away. The size issue was not a problem for me, and getting it on a contract dealt with the "expensive" issue. I don't find the phone plasticky at all, but I did change to the flip cover to offer more protection to the screen. LOVE the S-pen, and also a lot of the creative features the phone boasts. The camera is pretty impressive, too.
Summary: "Great phablet. The good thing about this device is that you can use it as a smartphone or as a tablet. If you want a large device like the SGS3, you should get this one. Slightly larger but with all the features it packs, it's worth it. I love this device. Best smartphone for this year!
Pros: -2 GB of RAM -Fast at loading applications -Runs Android faster than my iPod Touch(5G) can run iOS -Crystal Clear Screen. -OLED Display has vibrant colors -Stylus Pen
Cons: -Over heating issues -WIFI / Bluetooth problems -GPS Never seems to work without internet connection first. -Screen is not scratch resistant -A bit expensive -Headphone Jack is in Awkward location -Speaker is not the greatest.
Summary: I have really enjoyed my Note II. The only reason I am no longer using it is because I broke it today, and I am going to get a Note III. My biggest problem with the phone is the battery. I feel like it is all to ready to die if you try to play a game for more than a few minutes. Other than that I loved it. It took a few minutes to get used to how big it is, but I always have a purse so that doesn't really matter. I would recomend this phone to anyone.