5,5" too big for a phone, too small for a phablet...they need two different devices like S5 and Note 4...
AnonD-4340, 29 Dec 2014I used it frequently for games, it was good for most kind of puzzle games and the alike. It di... moreAll Note series (I,II,III,IV) have S-pen gestures that imitate back,home and menu(recent open), just need to draw them on screen, simple as that.
Anonymous, 29 Dec 2014Do Galaxy Note owners even use their S Pens? I've never used the stylus on my Note 3 or 4. Not... moreI used it frequently for games, it was good for most kind of puzzle games and the alike. It didnt have the precision for real work and the Note 2 lacked digitizer input for the capacitive buttons. I have used Note 4 but still the pen was unsuitable for the UI in too many cases due to that antiquated Home button. LG will have a big advantage with onscreen buttons, the experience will overgo anything Samsung can do with their stupid physical button limitation. Still, it may not be a good experience unless LG goes for an active stylus ala the one used on Sony Vaio tablets and others like them, its the only thing that gives useable pressure sensitivity and is also far more accurate. Wacom is generally a toy manufacturer in comparison.
And even then it may feel like a gimmick. Can surely do without it.
Do Galaxy Note owners even use their S Pens? I've never used the stylus on my Note 3 or 4. Not once. It's just a skinny plasticky gimmick that makes productivity difficult. The TouchWhiz overlay can barely handle it either. Meh.
I hope its only as big as the g2. The g3 was way to big for many people even though the bezels were pretty small
Please turn this into a beast. Especially since LG axed the G Pro series :(. Love my G Pro though. Makes for a nice music player and mini tablet. :)
AnonD-265082, 29 Dec 2014The Note line will always be the king of phablets. Only way LG can top it is to copy it.Yep.. Copy it and then overtake it.. LG will do to Samsung like Samsung did to Apple..