AnonD-59657, 07 Oct 2012Apple RETINA display is the most advance display in the world.Dude, the last time we heard news about "retina", Samsung was manuacturing those for the "retina" laptop your preferred brand came up with. Probably another thing you didn't know and believe!!!
Try and start reading up to speed before commenting in things you still don't know.
I'm actually hoping this type of functionality gets ported to other devices :)
iSJ5, 07 Oct 2012android need anti-virus thats why its lagy! LoL!That's a worthless childish comment if you cant prove it. You and Ijam have only proved that you're 2 itrolls with very selective eyesight.
Anonymous, 07 Oct 2012what? You don't know? Just read the features of the Galaxy S III and the Galaxy Note II. I don... moreSame here...I got the 1st galaxy note since last year october. Looking to buy the galaxy note 2 but I cant decide if to wait until december and maybe by then a black one may be out or just buy the grey one before the end of this month lol.
AnonD-59657, 07 Oct 2012Apple RETINA display is the most advance display in the world.The screen of Lumia 920 by Nokia is the most advanced now..
AnonD-58494, 07 Oct 2012really? could you list all those innovative features?what? You don't know? Just read the features of the Galaxy S III and the Galaxy Note II. I don't have to recount all of the features for your commentary pleasure.
Just in case you are one of those fans of the brand that brought you the scratchy, faulty aluminum mid-functioning "phone" with a closed and limited ecosystem, we all know it copied just about all the best features they could find to come up with a product. The brand and the item is not worth mentioning here in this thread. It's so 2007. I advice supporters of Samsung & Android devices never to mention their exact names - we give them too much power by doing so.
As for the Galaxy Note II's unique features like the smooth split-screen muti-tasking, and the S Pen sub-functions like hover review, are paving new ways in using pocketable devices. We have seen the review of how the battery time usage has improved loads more than the first Note which I am using. I'll be switching to the Note II's dual-SIM 64GB black version once it comes out since I enjoy sketching, making comic strips, watching with the S Pen & impressive brilliant HD Super AMOLED screen.
liljimmy, 07 Oct 2012iphone screens are just not as good as samsung screens Lmao. Please watch a HD video on both screens side by side. Retina is soooo washed out and no where near as sharp as S3 screen
Split screen multitasking... that's as close as you can get to a PC or laptop experience...................... WITH A SMARTPHONE.
I wanted to buy this in decmeber in hope that a black note 2 would be released but I dont think I can wait longer. May buy the grey one before october is out lol.
The current note that I have is win, the galaxy note 2 is epic win.
AnonD-59657, 07 Oct 2012Apple RETINA display is the most advance display in the world.Wtf I think someone needs to do there homework
SAMSUNG is future , SAMSUNG GALAXY is King of SMART Phone in this world .... even as per name in the GALAXY too !
liljimmy, 07 Oct 2012iphone screens are just not as good as samsung screens Apple RETINA display is the most advance display in the world.
In fact is ok for customer. WP are the biggest potential from all mobile os and I'm sure this split screen implementation of existing multitasking will be present. Mobile OS existing today on the market are enough mature to support this implementation. IOS too.
thats a nice feature, but does it support other google apps other than (Gmail, Youtube, Chrome, and Talk)?
Because without the other apps it would be useless
AnonD-58494, 07 Oct 2012very big & ugly copycat phone without any innovation. relying only on more ram & more ... moreandroid is not laggy especially jellybean! and is faster and smoother than any os with higher fps rate! note 2 design is totally different with sgs3 and nothing is like them! and the most innovative phone is note 2 with jellybean!h aters gonna hate! go to your limited closed wp!
AnonD-58494, 07 Oct 2012very big & ugly copycat phone without any innovation. relying only on more ram & more ... moreAfter owning the n96, n97 and n900, i wouldn't dream of buying another nokia. But i kept my n95 - imho, a phenominal success.
That's what happens when you're the best and then get complacent, taking advantage of gullible people.
They switch brands. What is there really to copy on your pureview? Or are you just trolling with the silly laggy copycat comments? Remember, money talks and bs walks
AnonD-58494, 07 Oct 2012easier to pocket??? really? you have a huge pocket??? LOL!The note 2 is easier to pocket than the note (read the reviews).
I have never had a problem with note wearing normal shorts and pants, obviously if you wear skinny leg jeans any phone will be a problem.
Anonymous, 07 Oct 2012iPhone 5 16GB is $649 unlocked. This is the standard price. Exactly where is it offered for that price?
Carriers offer it off contract for that price (but it is locked to the carrier).
Unlocked starts from $900US+