Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Note / N7000 / N7005 / i9220 / I717 / T879
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12 September 2012
Summary: Overall, I loved the Note. It has really made me think twice of just how big a smartphone can be, if done right. The Galaxy Note is an impressive piece of technology, from its lightweight feel, to its gorgeous 5.3-inch screen.
Conclusion: Let’s be real here folks, the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note is a wonderful device on so many levels, but taking into account its late arrival onto the scene, it no longer has the same appeal and allure when it first arrived.
Pros: Extremely large display, Running ICS out of the box
Conclusion: This is your time, T-Mobile loyal fans, to finally attain the massive handheld device known as the Galaxy Note for your own. You've had the opportunity to pick up the international version for one gigantic wad of cash before, as it did (and does) work on T-Mobile bands, but now is the time when you...
Excerpt: T-Mobile will launch the Galaxy Note on August 8th for $249.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate and with a two-year contract. That’s not cheap; in fact, you could buy the Galaxy S III, which packs a beefier processor, for slightly more. The…
Conclusion: The Samsung GALAXY Note is a very interesting device because of the threat it poses to other dedicated devices. The Note combines all that you can do on netbook, notebook and desktop and adds functions of a tablet into a device that compromises between size.
Conclusion: Well, 5.3” as a tablet is incredibly perfect, but for a phone, it is awkward and unnatural. But, for those that only want one device instead of a tablet and a phone, the Note will be one of your best bets.
Samsung Galaxy Note review: The smartphone that ‘Samsunged’ Samsung
The Boy Genius Report
10 June 2012
Excerpt: You know what they say about guys with huge phones… They’re compensating for tiny data plans . Samsung’s Galaxy Note is a giant smartphone. Or a teeny tablet. After using AT&T’s version of this device for several days now, I’m still not quite sure which is the case.
Conclusion: The Galaxy Note is a device that is fighting on two fronts and it does it fairly well. As a phone it does well until you actually put it up to your ear to make or receive a phone call and that is when it looks/feels awkward. As a tablet slab, it actually does well.