AnonD-53316, 10 Jul 2014Same here, no update in India. Im on 4.4.2 in uk, had an update early hours monday morning 185.18 gbts and still on 4.4.2,just like my note1 i had which came in dribs n drabs so expext it to come come in 3 or 4 minor updates now b4 were officialy on 4.4.3 !
swap12, 10 Jul 2014I didn't get any update till now in india.Same here, no update in India.
Note3 N9005 is a massive power house. Nothing comes close. I am using it and my hunger for more haa finally stopped.
[deleted post]LOL. You just like trolling Samsung pages. Really? C3? It's like a smaller version of a T2 Ultra - a midrange smartphone with the same lower Snapdragon 400, puny 8GB of internal memory that can only accommodate some 1/8th of what a Note 3 can, and just expect all the glitches of what the T2 Ultra has by lots of hangs because it has only 1GB RAM. You have a poor logic.
[deleted post]You realise the Sony C3 is a mid range device don't you.
The problem with Sony is the same every year.... massive bezels, poor screens (slowly improving) and poor battery life.
Thanks but I will stick with the company that provides the best screens on the market, great battery life and unmatched performance.
jason, 09 Jul 2014is this good than samsung s4? help please note 3 is way far better than s4 bro. its like comparing an i7 intel to i5 intel
TheNeighbor, 10 Jul 2014"... must sell now."?
I'll give you a comment.
I'm pretty much maximizing the pote... moreYep. The Note 3 was a substantial step up on the Note 2 but I don't think the Note 4 will be as big a jump. Incremental increases in power, increased screen res, dust/water proofing aren't that important.
I will get the Note 4 simply because it renews my 12 month warranty and normally doesn't cost a cent once i sell the Note 3 and claim the Note 4 on tax.
AnonD-218710, 10 Jul 2014N4 is n pipeline shud be n market by 4th Qtr. All who r using N3 must sell now, otherwise u h... more"... must sell now."?
I'll give you a comment.
I'm pretty much maximizing the potentials of the Note 3 right now, thank you very much - unlimited LTE, changeable battery, drawing and jotting notes with the S Pen, infrared remote controlling, wireless charging, internet radio, 64 GB expanded memory, and practically connected to the internet all day.
As I dare say, I'd skip the Note 4 only if the screen resolution, or RAM are bumped up. I don't really see the point of a 1400 by 2500+ pixel resolution on a tiny screen. (Samsung, are you listening?) It's absurd, even coming from these tech reviewers. And no, a fingerprint scanner and heartbeat sensor will not move me to get it either.
Take for example the Note II and the Note 3's sscreens - anyone telling themselves that the 1080p (Note 3) has a significant advantage over the 720p (Note II) on these 5-inchers is absolute baloney. Pure psychological trickery. I got the Note 3 mainly for LTE, infrared remote controlling, better S Pen hardware and higher internal memory, from the Note II.
Now I don't see myself buying it, unless the Note 4 is going to be water-resistant, is affordable and standard with 64GB of internal memory space, exceeds battery life more than 30% of the Note 3, gets the best performing camera even with low light, double micro SD slots, and one or two surprising new useful features other than what we already see in top tier Galaxy devices.
The Note 4 could be a nice upgrade of NNote II users. I think I'd use the money to buy myself a high capacity SSD for my laptop, rather than buy a device with no significant improvements.
AnonD-53316, 10 Jul 2014What according to you is 'Max Potential', it all depends how we use our set, if you are using ... moreI sense that Assure is lining us up for another message offering new phones at bargin prices.... smells like a scam coming...
I just got abt 170 mb update on my n900 note 3 in india battery is draining so fast after update & phone is heating on charging nothing changed only status bar color change from black to grey and kids mod added no download boster
AnonD-218710, 10 Jul 2014N4 is n pipeline shud be n market by 4th Qtr. All who r using N3 must sell now, otherwise u h... moreWhat according to you is 'Max Potential', it all depends how we use our set, if you are using it for only call and text then it's different and if you are using it as a laptop in your business, then depreciation is nothing. Each commodity I this world has depreciation value and if you are getting what you want from a product then there is no harm in paying for it.
AnonD-218710, 10 Jul 2014N4 is n pipeline shud be n market by 4th Qtr. All who r using N3 must sell now, otherwise u h... moreI have to disagree with you. If your phone is in good condition and you sell it at the same time you upgrade you normally only loose about $150 or so.
I can claim my new phone on tax so it literally costs nothing to upgrade. I have done so from the S2 > GN1 > GN2 > GN3 > GN4 ?? :-)
N4 is n pipeline shud be n market by 4th Qtr. All who r using N3 must sell now, otherwise u have to add more than half it's price to get nxt. Cell is the most depreciated commodity n the world, each day counts? Any model has its good bad aspects, be it 2G to 4G or LTE. Why buy, model which cannot be used to its max potential. Comments are Welcomed.
jason, 09 Jul 2014is this good than samsung s4? help please S5 may be better, but not S4.
AnonD-174449, 09 Jul 2014Correct ! ppl buy these top notch phones then expect eveything to fall in place,my 6yr old nie... moreIts because kids operate the phones, and in case of adults, phones are operating the adults, as they are scared to try new things on phone by pressing and exploring various options, whereas kids are curious to check each and every option, lol.
Anonymous, 09 Jul 2014With 4.4.2 I now don't seem to be able to access the home screen widgets by swiping left or ri... moreShortcuts is limited to 5 in Note 2. I am on 4.4.2, N9000 and I can easily access multiple widgets, hope you have activated the multiple widgets option in Lock Screen Settings and you are swiping by keeping your finger on Clock Widget not out of the widget area.