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> In reply to Anthony @ 2011-09-03 03:46 from LK3$ - click to readSorry, dude. Have you taken the distance at which your eyes are from the screen between your 46" TV and your Titan? Cause, you don't sit at elbow distance to your TV, but you do with your Phone. So the farther away you are from your TV, the smaller the pixels are, and that's why, 480X800 could not be as crisp. But I would love to see the screen on Titan, and if it's not that of a big deal, I would go for it.

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  • 2011-09-07 03:14
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> In reply to VIP @ 2011-09-06 11:22 from stSP - click to readdose any ANDROID phone have xbox live or MS word or ms Excel or power point or skydrive these are the things a person buys a WINDOWS OS phone for. so stop doing like Android has everything.

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  • 2011-09-07 00:37
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> In reply to Hd @ 2011-09-06 07:16 from 9CHE - click to read I know exactly what I was saying when I was compeering a 46” TV to the 4.7” screen on the Titan.
I did take viewing distance into consideration.
Blow is the calculation for that.
Size of screen in Inches divided by 4 = the viewing distance in feet.
Optimum viewing distance of 46” TV is 46 divided by 4 = 11.5
Viewing distance is 11.5 feet or for you 350.52cm
Optimum viewing distance of 4.7”titan screen is 4.7 divided by 4 = 1.175
Viewing distance is 1.175 ft or for you 35.82cm
Which is not too far from when you said.
So back to what I was saying about lines of rez per diagonal inch.
If you think 23.47 line per inch looks good on a 1080P HD TV at its optimum viewing distance
There is no reason why 102.13 lines per inch will not look better on the phone at its optimum viewing distance.
By the way I have watched movies that were ripped from a DVD and converted for the HD2 which has only 56K colors and it was good.
This has 16M color support. Along with the 102.13 lines

so let me ask you....
have to ever watch a hi res movie on a screen this size with 16m color and 480P to know it will not show good?

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  • 2011-09-07 00:14
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> In reply to VIP @ 2011-09-06 11:22 from stSP - click to readexcept for samsung note is approx $1,066.and just personally i find samsung mobile looks quite cheap.

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  • 2011-09-06 18:08
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Seems like nice phone, but a 430-450€/550-600usd one.Anything more for that would be ridiculous.

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  • 2011-09-06 18:05
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I was just waiting when Samsung fanboys will show up here with Galaxy Note written in capital letters XD.
I really don't understand all the buzz about the Note and in my opinion they exaggerated with the screen size since it crossed the boundary of a compact phone. I would choose S2 over it anytime, at least it can fit my pocket and I wouldn't feel ridiculous while talking on it cuz underneath all that hardware it's still a PHONE.

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  • 2011-09-06 17:37
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this is the phone i want , i think this going to be a best business phone

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  • 2011-09-06 15:16
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this is useless mobile phone... GALAXY NOTE is the king of the mobile phone! it has killed the apple company and EVERY OTHER companies too! samsung is truely the winner in 2011

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  • 2011-09-06 14:02
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many android phones (HTC DHD, Galaxy S II etc.) support adobe flash for watching video on internet like PC . does windows mobile support web flash on built in interner browser?

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  • 2011-09-06 13:42
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OK folks,

Seems as if someone hacked me - edited and reposted a comment I made. Thats really low and f@#ked-up.

ANYWAY, check-out the all new SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE.

It's TRULY LEADING in this category phone.
I has everything the customer has been asking for the past few years. Simply use the compare option on this site.

SAMSUNG is really NOT BS-ing and SHORT-CHANGING on its new GALAXY NOTE.


Always on the look-out....


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  • 2011-09-06 11:22
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any sign of wifi hotspot?

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  • 2011-09-06 09:29
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i like HTC phone

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  • 2011-09-06 08:37
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> In reply to Anthony @ 2011-09-03 03:46 from LK3$ - click to readI really appreciate your calculation....but I think you never tried to watch hd tv from 20-30cm which u gonna do with the phone(If u have really not seen just try once)....difference is exactly here ma dear....

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  • 2011-09-06 07:16
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> In reply to Anthony @ 2011-09-03 03:46 from LK3$ - click to readman explained

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  • 2011-09-05 01:27
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> In reply to Anthony @ 2011-09-03 03:46 from LK3$ - click to readGreat answer m8, I couldn't say it better myself, but I feel the urge to say something too :).
I really don't understand what's wrong with people bitching about this phone.

About the screen resoultion: Just look at the hands on wideo fron Engadget and you will not see them complaining about it since everything looks great on it, so why the higher res, it's bs.

About the RAM: Just because Android eats away all the RAM like i's breakfast it doesn't mean WP7 does. I mean just look at Iphone 4, it has the same amount of it and does everything work and run smooth on it? Yes ofc it does. Things are no different with WP7 since it's optimized to work great with 512MB.

About the CPU: I will say the same as for the RAM, it runs smooth, it's enough.

About the screen size: I think it's great since it gives you a lot more space to work with and it has to be awesome to play a game or a movie or browsing the web. And the best thing about it is that it's still a phone and still not to big to have in your pocket or attracting attention when having it on the table in the bar. I can't imagine carrying Galaxy Note out or making a call with it in public. Not that I'm saying it's a bad phone, but 5.3, now that's too much.

About the intenal memory: I have a 16GB card in my phone and I have a ton of stuff on it and never felt like I need more. The same was when using a 16GB Iphone.

I think Android phones are spoiling people with it's 1GB RAM and Dual core CPU-s. It's simple; Android needs it because it's just more hungry OS and WP7, iOS and Symbian aren't. If a phone works great with 1.5 GHz single core than why the hell does it need a dual core? Just because Galaxy S2 has it? Is that what makes a phone better, because it needs something more powerful to run as smooth? It's like putting a dozen of pairs of legs on a man, it doesn't matter that we have two and it's enough, the spider has a lot more so we need them too. I know it's a silly example, but I'm just trying to point out that you are looking at things in a wrong way.

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  • 2011-09-05 01:06
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> In reply to [deleted post]dude, you can't be that dumb. galaxy is Android, you think HTC don't have Android phones with better specs...
this phone is going after the microsoft market. lovers of the MSoffice, xbox Live & Zune software. non of which you can get on a Android phone.
wake up man HTC makes both Android & Windows phones that to sets of clientele they have... not just 1.

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  • 2011-09-05 00:40
  • PHur
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I like this handset

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  • 2011-09-05 00:23
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all new phone which are 3g and 4g must have download speed up to 21.1 mbps other it's not like that.

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  • 2011-09-04 17:16
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  • 2011-09-04 14:37
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> In reply to Odich777 @ 2011-09-04 11:40 from 3m8r - click to readWP7 formats its storage drives in a RAID 0 format.
Go read up how “RAID 0” works, then you will know why there is no card slot.
Read how “RAID 0” works, then you will know why there is only mention of internal storage even if the phone may have a SD card on its internals like the HTC HD7.

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  • 2011-09-04 14:29
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