Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Note / N7000 / N7005 / i9220 / I717 / T879
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Tried it and learned that it is too good to be true
Amazon Customer, Amazon
30 June 2014
Summary: I was excited when I got the phone because it was a very good size. Unfortunately I was not expecting to encounter so many problems with At and T. I took the phone to the local At and T store; because I couldn't get the phone to take my 3g card. They switched it and gave me a new sim card and promised that everything was going to stay the same; since I have an old plan that is no longer available.
Summary: Warning, when you buy an unlocked phone from another carrier, any network specific features will be lost. Solution? Even if you buy an unlocked phone, make sure it is from the carrier you now use. Otherwise, many of its features will be useless. Solution, I returned this and purchased an unlocked phone from the carrier I do use.
Excerpt: too good 5.3 inches camera 8 and 2 megapixels 16 gb Built-in storage the only bad thing is Battery life too good 5.3 inches camera 8 and 2 megapixels 16 gb Built-in storage the only bad thing is Battery life good phone but ther is better phones in the Market you can buy like amsung GALAXY Note II
Summary: I do not recommend this Telephone. The screen freezes very often in the mid of a communication and does not allow you to move from that window. And the battery is so bad that I purchased 3 new replacements within two years time. Now I have put this telephone aside because it does accept to recharge . I am very disappointed with this Samsung.
Summary: This phone is probably a pretty good phone when its Brand New. Unfortunately the one US Wireless sold me was listed as NEW, but when it arrived, it was non-functioning. I called AT&T technical assistance for help, and they immediately asked me for the IMEI number on the phone. They then explained that the broken phone US Wireless sold me was not NEW, and that it was a refurbished phone that was over 2 years old.
GREAT PHONE TO BUY FROM ANOTHER SOURCE BUT BE AWARE OF U.S. WIRELESS.
3 May 2014
Summary: The phones sold as "New" were actually either used or refurbished. When the phones arrived, the batteries were used, one of the battery was actually bubbled and the data wires sold as new were used and placed in box with a rubber band. Bought 2 phones from them and both were in similar condition with different style of chargers that were out of original wrapping.