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.
Summary: It was hard to decided which phone to purchase..i finally went with the Note 4G LTE. I am glad i did. The only thing the battery life is short..but i have replacement batteries since i am constantly on the phone. Seller was very nice and send me an extra battery and a case with the purchase.
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: Battery takes very long to charge over 8 hours and dies very quick. Text messages are not shown in order of I send a text, and you send a response. All the text from one sender is jumbled on top and all the text that are received are all jumbled to the bottom.
Summary: I was an iphone user since the day the iphone came out years ago and have upgraded to new iphones every year. I liked it but definitely felt like I missed a lot of the functions I had with my pocket pc's (customization, etc.) If you don't care about customizing or a smaller display, nothing wrong with the iphone. Depends on what you like. A few months ago I switched from the iphone to the Galaxy SII and loved the change.