Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Note / N7000 / N7005 / i9220 / I717 / T879
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8 November 2011
Conclusion: All-in-all, this phone is a must buy for anyone who wants to make heads turn, anyone who wants to experience the best media phone out there or anyone who has gigantic hands. And this phone isn’t for those who want portability, who want a phone you can quickly bash out a message on and then check email and then get back onto your music and it most certainly isn’t for those who have freakishly small hands.
Conclusion: It should be clear that the Samsung Galaxy Note is a niche product. It's not a phone designed to take over the mass market. Why is that? The big dimensions of the Note make it much more uncomfortable to handle and use than any other smartphone. Some people with extraordinarily large hands may have a chance of finding it okay, but those cases will be extremely rare.
Pros: Extremely large screen, Great multimedia device, Snappy performance
Cons: Poor call quality, The large screen only brings marginal improvement in certain areas, Camera could be better
Samsung GALAXY Note European World Tour – Event Review
30 October 2011
Conclusion: This was the first, big product launch event that I have been to (other than the Galaxy Tab 10.1 at PC World a few months ago) – and it was quite an experience. It was great being able to get some behind the scenes training as well as be able to show fellow phone enthusiasts these new devices (especially before they were publicly available).
Samsung Galaxy Note – stuck between two worlds, the only competitor to Acer’s oversized smartphone
21 September 2011
Conclusion: Certainly, the performance, display and stylus are great features, however I don’t know if people would chose to get them with a huge 5.3 inch device – it’s the Dell Streak all over again, too big to be pocketable and even held with one hand, and too small to be a good tablet (plus the resolution kills the experience in a browser – you’ll have to always zoom in or have eagle vision :-).
Summary: The basics Offering full connectivity, the Samsung Galaxy Note is technically a smartphone. At 5.3 inches, however, it’s closer in size to a tablet for most people, so what’s it actually like to use? Join us after the cut to find out. The good Whatever you think about the form factor and size of the screen, there’s no doubting the fact it’s a beauty.
Pros: Whatever you think about the form factor and size of the screen, there’s no doubting the fact it’s a beauty. At 5.3 inches, it feels huge compared to other smartphones, and the 1280 x 800 pixel resolution puts most netbooks to shame. Images really are razor sharp, and the Super AMOLED technology results in glorious colour reproduction. If you want a device for browsing media on, there’s no better smartphone on the market. The Galaxy Note is also surprisingly thin, mea...
Cons: There’s only one real downside to the Samsung Galaxy Note – and that’s the feature that makes it unique: the screen. It’s simply too large for many people, proving considerably larger than the majority of smartphones.
Summary: Samsung Galaxy Note I717 also known as the Samsung Galaxy Note 4G is an Android v2 . 3 smartphone and a mind blowing product from Samsung which was released on January 2012. It is rated high for its stylish design, unique features and extraordinary performance. When peeping into its design, it has a 800 x 1280 pixels super AMOLED capacitive touch screen with touch sensitive controls. The Corning Gorilla Glass ensures protection of the touch screen .
Summary: Samsung announced the new Samsung Galaxy Note , their new flagship android smartphone. The device is quite a make and I really fall for it on the first look itself. Honestly, when Galaxy S2 released in the market i told myself that one day I am gonna buy that device. But, yesterday i got the Google Alerts about Samsung and when I checked the mail it was about the new release of the Samsung Galaxy Note.
Conclusion: With a large number of excellent features and functions, Samsung Galaxy Note has set a benchmark for its close competitors. The only advantage other smartphones has is Galaxy Note’s screen size. Its 1.5 Dual Core ARM cortex A9 processor and 1 GB RAM has worked well with Note. With its forceful promotion strategy, Samsung has an advantage over rivals. We consider it one of the best high end phones. We give this phone four star rating.
Summary: How does the Android Ice Cream Sandwich update fare?
Pros: Amazing screen, Great contacts management, Excellent call quality, Fantastic camera, Samsung's own apps, The screen on the Note cannot be beaten. It is both clear and vibrant but also nice and big, and we've always been fans of Samsung's TouchWiz skin which is one of the good guys in the world of Android customisations. The rest of the 'wins' in the Samsung smartphone range are here too, ranging from the clever contacts integration with social networking to intuitive ...
Cons: Not that different to the S2, Expensive, Only seven home screens, May be too big for some, Camera prone to scratches, The S-Pen seems a bit 'Marmite', and there is no doubt that the Note is big, which will put off a majority of general smartphone enthusiasts. It's also still a relatively expensive device, so you're paying for that larger screen - yet there's the Nexus 7 that offers a larger screen, faster processor and it's half the cost. The design is a little mundan...