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Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 review: Power play

16 November 2011 | Read the review | Post your comment
Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 review: Power play  - read the full textTablets are cool. But they have a purpose too. Larger screens, higher resolution and more mileage out of the battery make them better suited for certain tasks. That’s why people are not only fascinated by them but do end up actually...

 

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Got one a week ago...LLLLOVE it! You can't see any pixels. Got to use one in every day stuff to feel the difference. There is no way back after using this beauty.

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  • 2011-11-16 21:01
  • QTXy

> In reply to m.u.r.t.a.Z.a @ 2011-11-16 19:35 from u1vy - click to readHardware based

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  • 2011-11-16 20:51
  • Pd8e

> In reply to g-man @ 2011-11-16 19:48 from vG6e - click to readyou wont be able to tell the diffrence between rgb or pentile. 285 ppi is more than enough for every1.


And GSMarena i'm kinda dissapointed on this review. Mostly was just copy paste from other reviews. No WOW's no "we like that" . You guys lost your touch when it comes to reviews. You just made the most powerfull superphone seem average and dissapointing.

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  • 2011-11-16 20:44
  • 0Uv3

> In reply to g-man @ 2011-11-16 19:48 from vG6e - click to readHere we go again with the pentile comment

I just got my note this morning and compared to the GS2, screen looks sharper and curved text (ie numbers) are less "jaggy" on Note

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  • 2011-11-16 20:38
  • kx$L

1st number 6

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  • 2011-11-16 20:38
  • 0CYB

> In reply to g-man @ 2011-11-16 19:48 from vG6e - click to readEvery reviewer has said its nothing like the first pentile displays and you can't notice, even side by side with a rgb unit. I've ordered this phone and am glad to hear the call quality is excellent as the beta units had bad reviews on this. I think its not a small tablet, but a large powerful smartfone with some tablet like features. This will sell well but when ics is out for it there will be a boom in sales, trust me, I'm not a Dr...

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  • 2011-11-16 20:30
  • nG4Y

Pentile matrix res. and no dedicated cam key !! NO NO FOR MEEEEE :( :( ME SADD !!

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  • 2011-11-16 19:48
  • vG6e

I'm sorely tempted by the Note. I want it. It seems to be the perfect balance between big size screen and portability. I also find it reassuring that Samsung provides a bay for the pen in the phone, despite the phone's very slim profile.

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  • 2011-11-16 19:44
  • mvUQ

I have had this phone since the 4th Nov and have had the Galaxy S before this.

Galaxy S made me a Android fan but the Note has consolidated that.

The phone is so powerful and the screen is so good that it impresses everyone who has laid their eyes on it.

The experience is excellent.

I know for a fact that this phone has sold well and should continue to do so, the size of it has NOT put off people and for me i think its a major asset.

Good work Samsung.

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  • 2011-11-16 19:37
  • LhZG

I'm confused between 'SG-Note' and 'SG-tab 7.0 Plus'. I am more towards Note just because of its Stylus and Drawing feature. All i want to know if this feature is Hardware based or Software based and if its Software based, then after Updating to Android 4.0 ICS, will SG-Tab 7.0 Plus be equal to SG-Note regarding this feature because ICS includes full support for stylus input?
Plz answer!

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  • 2011-11-16 19:35
  • u1vy

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