[deleted post]Just like I thought you would - you can never rise up to the questions about your battery usage you are claiming because you can never come up with any proof.
The T2 Ultra can never meet up with the performance of the Note 3. The Note 3 is the best combination of performance,versatility, and reliability in the market right now:
performance - Snapdragon 800 processor, 32GB of internal memory, 3GB RAM, plus the GPU give much space with flawless responses
Versatility - the digitizer S Pen give this a cutting edge for creative minds to sketch what they think, feel and see, other than just text input.
Reliability - does not stutter, has a long battery life even with the heaviest users, removable battery for extended use, infrared remote controls what we mostly use, great strong wireless connection, good camera functions, and a 4K video recording that doesn't fail like the competition does.
I am never a brand purist. If any other brand can beat Samsung with the S Pen more importantly for my drawings, then I'm getting that.
[deleted post]How can Tcool and I be trollers here? I have work. I get up everyday to do my projects, my classes and my studies.
We do not cuss. We stand by our comments with reasonable arguments and fact about actually OWNING the device. Bad things about the Z2 are from REAL legit reports from REAL tech sites commented and experienced by REAL owners. All you do is thrash about the Note 3 here based on what you come up with. Do YOU own a Galaxy NOTE 3 to be pointing all the bad things? Can YOU provide links and/or images to your claims? NO.
And now you accuse GSM Arena of being bias for Samsung? That's because Samsung is the biggest manufacturer of tech!
You like Sony. We get it. You post your WRONG opinions on a Sony page, not on a Samsung page. You are the only one misleading people here, not us.
AnonD-257203, 24 Apr 2014N900 is a fake model. I almost bought the similar phoneIt's not fake: http://m.samsung.com/levant/consumer/mobile-phones/mobile-phones/galaxy-note/SM-N9000ZKEXSG
grfeds, 23 Apr 2014my name of the phone is N900. and none of those models are there in the bioN900 is a fake model. I almost bought the similar phone
No radio no direct call on the s 4 and note 3 what is wrong with you Samsung. I feel raped like someone taking awy something. I didn't give. Your suppose to add features not take it away. I guess the s111 is better
why I can't open snd use the googleplay apps? it says unfortunality sopped.
am palnning to buy note3 replacing my nexus 4 , and i had list of options note 3,moto x and S5 which one will be best ???
Jumas4646, 22 Apr 2014can anyone tell me which one is the best among the galaxy note 3 (n9000, n9002 and 9005) N9005 better. its faster.
today I celebrate 6th month Birthday for my Note 3 N9005. So far so good and never disappoint me. Face some battery drainage after major software updating and after 2 weeks down the road, the battery life gets even better. although I owned a Sony T2 (replacing my note1), and also face some people in Sony T2 page condemning Note 3, I still love my Note 3 most. T2 is good just not so good if you really owned both. Anyway, jealousy kills so up to them. As a Note 3 owner, this phone is just WOW.. Just get it if it's in your shopping list!
my name of the phone is N900. and none of those models are there in the bio
Anonymous, 23 Apr 2014Gave up my thoughts to buy Lumia 1520 and going for Note 3 soon!Go to note 3
AnonD-46068, 23 Apr 2014Using Note 3 from past 6 months. My usage goes like this;
1) 8 Hours continuously used at w... moreYes, pretty much the same good performance I'm getting per full battery charge.
Don't totally drain your battery like under 15% often. The best practices is keeping the battery charged between 20 to 80%,according to engineers so the battery can hold on to power in the long term.
I do a battery calibration every month or so by charging to 100% and drain to 1% so I get accurate battery statistics.
Avoid heating up the battery by doing heavy games while trying to charge. Overheating can create short circuit or bloating in batteries. That's why it's good to have that battery bundle with the cradle charger.
If I need to charge battery with my phone's compartment, best it's turned off or not use it to prevent an excessive overheat, and always don't leave it charged even after it reaches 100%. You can get a plug timer and set it to about 2 hours.
I just got the note 3 so far I like it. I also like the fact it came with extra tips for the stylus. I also got the blue tooth head phones and love them.The (LG HBS750)
[deleted post]Now you claim you got the Z2.
We all know how problematic the Z2 is:
Xperia Z2 owners reporting issues with gaps in chassis and overheating:
You can post your imaginary findings of the Z2 in a different page. This is the Note 3 page. No matter what you write here, we are not impressed with the Z2 as in your fantasies.
[deleted post]Only way to prove us is a screenshot of your battery, display screen on and LTE data usage. Put up or shut up.
These are my super heavy usage times of between 9 to 12 hours per full battery, getting between 4 to 8 hours of screen on usage.
You might say that's nothing. But look at how much I use LTE data - 50 to 80GB worth a month. That means I use 1.5 to 2.5GB on a daily average (two full batteries). I went 5 to 7GB a day sometimes.
Those doesn't even cover wifi downloads. If you're not bright enough to understand what all this means, prove to us that your T2 Ultra can work that much LTE data download and yet perform its full battery life. It just means I can download .75 to 1.25GB per battery charge on a span of 9 to 12 hours.
I don't plug in and just change to a fresh battery in the afternoon.
If you can't even give any screenshots proof how your battery actually performs than copypasting from what Sony just provided, you're a damn dirty liar to us and to yourself. You have no business posting to any site to brag about how long your battery last.
You'd probably get great battery life from doing almost nothing with your T2 Ultra.
Using Note 3 from past 6 months. My usage goes like this;
1) 8 Hours continuously used at work with activities like calling, texting, emailing, writing notes using S-pen, editing images and doing mark-ups using S-Pen, Sending and uploading images on drop-box, downloading installing and uninstalling apps, testing different apps,
2) Online messaging using whats app, viber, wechat and other related apps.
3) Online phone calls through out the day using Skype and Nymgo
4) Extensively using Google maps for driving directions and location sharing.
5) Extensively using Teamviewer to work remotely on my personal PC.
With all the above I charge my phone only once when I go to bed. Battery life is decent. Sometimes it causes excessive drain due to multi-tasking with the use of online apps that consumes online data services.
I was using Apple iPhone 5 earlier had no complaints, except it was not very open in terms of multi-tasking specially at work. Then I switched to Galaxy S4 which was a very good phone. But I needed the S-Pen feature which gives me more flexibility in my work.
After switching from S4 to Note-3, I realized below benefits;
- Processor is dam fast
- Performance is never an issue
- Strong Battery Life as compared to S4
- Wifi connectivity strength is slightly better than S4
Overall its a great phone.... go for it!!!
I just want to say that, I solved the problem with the camera settings, and those in alarm. Simple, reinstalled Android 4.4.2 then rooted.
It works perfectly.
Note 3 SM-9005 LTE, and if anyone is interested in wat version I installed (CSC) you can find me on facebook: Gruescu Ovidiu