atien_series, 25 Sep 2013this phone so fragile. only drop on floor once screen damage bad. not cheap change display.Same as my friend's iPhone, just take care of it better. Think only Nokia phone now has the most durable screen.
I do see a lot of trolling going on. Either that or you install really weird stuff in your phones. I've been using my Note 2 for almost a year now, have 100+ apps installed, a 64 Gb microSD and no lag or shutter whatsoever.
That's an important milestone for a "niche" product, how it was called at launch. Now we have a phablet category and several OEMs to choose from, but the Note2 was by far the model to establish the category with its commercial success. I'm for one happy that us big phone lovers finally got more choices.
galaxy s4 selling very badly, three months ago they said they have sold 20 million of them in two months. So where is the 30 million news? they havent sold 10 millions galaxy s4 in last three months?
That's big fail
Oh common! Why can't you guys differentiate number of units sold from number of units shipped?
this phone so fragile. only drop on floor once screen damage bad. not cheap change display.
I found that using the Note II hanged, poor camera and poor software. I think I will go back to HTC if they launch a phablet.
Galaxy F will sell like hotcakes too, just like galaxy gear. I hope samsung includes lots of variants pref 3-5 variants so that people can choose what they really need.
I'm a proud owner of Note II. At times it lags a little, but it doesn't matter to me. Fabulous screen, excellent S-Pen apps. I love my Note-II. Waiting for 4.3.
I have one of the 30m Note2,
I well never ever buy any Samsung mobile again!
Stability is my No.1 NEED!!
Sam this tip is free:
1- Less models = more attention! (as updating my device!!!)
2- More attention = happy customer
3- Happy customer = Buying Upgraded version!!
4- Buying Upgraded version!! = Money
Leaving Sam sure feels Good :)