Thabris, 11 Jan 2014Terrible resolution for a 5.5"...What are you talking about? This is a mid-tier device, great resolution for a mid-ranger. Not everyone is a pixel-peeper, 267 ppi is sharp enough for the target audience of this device.
This kinds of specs now a days are useless. My sgs3 is still fast enough, heck even my iphone 3gs still do the job without a hiccup. So yeah.
Thabris, 11 Jan 2014Terrible resolution for a 5.5"...it's a lie, because a lot of phones uses that resolution (includes the note 2) and works and seems excellent... you overreacted! and... so what you need more resolution? if the human eye don´t regonize more than 300 dpi in a screen... #lol
Thabris, 11 Jan 2014Terrible resolution for a 5.5"...Actually 720p is fine for 5,5". The screen on Note 2 is beautiful and sufficiently sharp.
You guys don't seem to be realizing that this phone is not being aimed as a premium, high-end device. It's specs, resolution, size, etc. are all clearly not flagship-grade, so don't expect them to be.
This is Samsung's attempt at bringing the power and pen of a Note phablet to the midrange market.
If you want to see a new design and flagship specs, wait until the Galaxy S5's announcement in march.
this company makes a new phone every 5 min. i bet their chef manager knows the phone names his company make !
Nice phone, it is only the successor of Note 2.
Note 2 will be phased out when this one will come in march. It will probably be a litle less expensive than Note 2 so i guess about 450 $...
But why no FM radio ???
Thabris, 11 Jan 2014Terrible resolution for a 5.5"...Samsung is trolling the world dude!
Even with a Hexa Core, TouchWiz UI can't run smooth without lagging. It's a flaw in the UI. Design of this phone looks cheap as all the Galaxy phones out there. Nothing new.
The way the camera and flash is placed seems that it is a note 2 variant with name of Note 3,,, nothing new... If it continues this way.. Then Samsung will get doomed...
Anonymous, 11 Jan 2014Why was this article delted, then reposted loIt was bugged with another article.