Summary: Durable phablet. Large display so delayed my purchase of a tablet by quite a while... but did become necessary because the screen is just not big enough. It's a bit uncomfortable for a woman's hand to hold for phone conversations. I am very happy with the choice & would probably buy a Galaxy Note again... but I'd ensure the model the same as my provider. This specific model is the AT&T version, which I missed. My provider is not AT&T.
Excerpt: Galaxy note has been a top phone for years, thanks to the great work made by Samsung in terms of personalization and additional features. But the built-in rom, after some updates, has become too heavy for the RAM and CPU, increasing the lag of touchwitz UI. A good solution is to chose custom roms based on touchwitz.
Summary: I like the phone. It was just what I was looking for in an upgrade. Yet, I was disappointed to know that the reason why the image of the phone in the above photo does not show the front of the screen; because it's actually an AT&T phone! The AT&T logo is on the front of the screen, and I was expecting to use the phone on verizon network. I went with another company besides ATT using a sims card since it needed one.
Summary: I like all the features of the phone especially being able to take notes right on the phone. The phone is a little bigger than I realized before buying but I have gotten used to it. I also like the stylus feature. Makes it so much easier to text and type.
Excerpt: I used to have this phone. It was pretty good. Great camera. Great display. It had very few issues. I liked it, except that it fell apart quickly and easily. If you have large enough hands this phone is good. If your hands are small, it makes it difficult to use.
Pros: Camera, Beautiful display, Didnt lag very often