AnonD-170479, 25 Apr 2014Go for 1520. I have used both these devices.
On papers Android seems to be more practical but... moreHere are some quotations about the 1520:
Does the 1520 have a Wacom digitizer pen?
Can you change to different skin launchers?
Can you miracast to TVs directly?
Can you remote control your TV or other appliances?
Can you change the battery to a fresh one?
Can you do Tasker sequences?
Can you do remote it with something like Autoremote?
Can you put it in normal pockets easily?
Can I use a remote phone dialer with it?
Can you do multi split screen with it?
Does it do hover preview?
Can it do DirectoryBind?
If your answers are a majority yes, especially with the first one, then I'm sold with the 1520.
Anonymous, 20 Apr 2014Hai,,, My name ia Manohar and I'm the person who had asked, " Which is better between Not... moreGo for 1520. I have used both these devices.
On papers Android seems to be more practical but it isn't.
Lumia 1520 battery is 3 times more than Note 3.
Its camera is far superior.
Built Quality is better.
Display is the best ever on phone. Specially in sunlight.
Due to Windows its use is Simple and super Fast.
Upgradable to WP 8.1 which has Cortanna, enhaanced UI, Shortcut settings, Fastest keyboard.
Lumia doesn't get Old no matter how rough you use.
You can install as much as spps as you can but you'll never feel any difference in performance so much consistent.
WP is so much stable you'll never need to reset your phone while in Android I do it every week because after sometime its performance get low as you install Apps.
WP has 300,000 apps in its apps store all of them are approved by Microsoft so are quality apps as compared to low quality apps in Google store which are full of bugs because Google has no check on its app store everyone can upload any app.
WP conssume less CPU and Memory as its OS is very efficient and well Organized.
Android on other hands has huge veriety of apps but they are full of bugs because 3rd party apps can change anything in android which causes huge mess and makes the OS unstable.
When you first start Android after factory settings, it works fine but after installing some apps on it its behaviour is completely changed it gets so much lagy even it can't load SMS without loading.
I still remember I used to have Lumia 920 which has quarter specs of Lumia 1520 but yet I installed 22 GB apps on that but trust me it was just like as it was without any app installed on it. But now with WP 8.1 it is now even more fluid.
And if you still want to go for Android then go for LG Google Nexus 5 that is pure Android. NO Samsung, HTC, Sony is match for it, you can confirm it from any expert.
Hello. Can anyone tell me about the experience with large pdf files ? I want buy that phone because I sold my Ipad and I want read pdf files on my new device. I just want to know about the performance of that device with large pdf files ( +60 mb). I'm deciding between this and the xperia z ultra.
Thanks for helping.
TheNeighbor, 25 Apr 2014Sorry, it's not because it's on root. We have people who are not on root complaining. Josh,whi... moreWhatever the reason is, my N9005 is not affected and I am enjoying Kitkat with it. No problem whatsoever.
Tcool, 25 Apr 2014Maybe that is the price of rooting his device.Sorry, it's not because it's on root. We have people who are not on root complaining. Josh,while on root like me, use stock Note 3 Android firmware by Samsung.
I do need it to work without losing any of its original stock apps like S Note, and I need those automatically updated on my Samsung cloud account.
Root just gives me a whole lot of freedom to control everything like freezing or uninstalling useless stock apps, making security apps become systems apps, tweaking the CPU to lower clock speeds, use Tasker for automating with Autoremote to remote it with my iPod without taking the Note 3 out.
I just don't have the time right now to tinker with 4.2.2. I'll probably try it out next week and root the entire device again. And if there's something wrong, I need to bring it back to 4.3. That takes time.
Hy guys how much time galaxy note 3 is taking to fully charge from 5% to 100
I have N9005 model when I was searching for update it said your phone has been modified software updates are not available what should I do??? Please help
TheNeighbor, 25 Apr 2014There are just conflicting stories. I'm not saying I don't believe you, but Josh's video prove... moreHis device was rooted. My N9005 is not so I cannot try the Titanium Backup app. But I tried to check the camera settings of my unit and the storage was peacefully set to memory card. I even tried to record 8 seconds 3840x2160 (16:9) video and it was automatically saved to SD memory card.
I don't know what this issue about Kitkat is but no matter how I tried to find flaws, I just can't. My N9005 updated to Android 4.4.2 Kitkat was perfectly working well ever since.
I am more satisfied now than when it is in Jelly Bean.
Tcool, 25 Apr 2014My N9005 was updated to Android 4.4.2 and I can still move apps to external SD card and everyt... moreThere are just conflicting stories. I'm not saying I don't believe you, but Josh's video proves that there is something wrong.
I'm waiting on another update and reviews before committing.
My N9005 was updated to Android 4.4.2 and I can still move apps to external SD card and everything works faster than before, that is why I am very happy I updated it to Kitkat.
I just stumbled on this video showing that there is an issue with the external micro SD card prevented being written with the Kitkat Android 4.4.2 update, and how to fix it via root.
How To Fix External Storage (Micro SD Card) issue…: http://youtu.be/YM81FoTaaxs
The video is pretty latest, and I'm convinced I'd rather not still update to 4.2.2.
Great phone, got it today.
German Note 3, n9005, came out of the box with 4.4.2, there was a small 13 MB update, which i installed immediately. Everything still working smoothly. I can't comment on the battery life yet, but i can say that the phone is blazingly fast.
I chose Note 3 over the S5, because since TouchWiz is ram dependent launcher, the extra gig of ram will help a lot.
Well I think there must be something with one of the specs shown in this website. And it's about the processor of Galaxy Note 3. Isn't it that the processor of of Galaxy Note 3 is 1.6 Quadcore? Not 2. something that shown on top?
Stopping on which phone is good and which one is bad, we should emphasize on how we share our views on enhancement of our Note 3. Because this page is on Note 3.
n900 also original model boss not a fake one there is one difference not LTE this model only 3g and octa core 1.9gzh+1.7gzh processor mobile
AnonD-206291, 24 Apr 2014"I'm curious - how does this T2 Ultra fair with heavy usage? (I don't think you'd visit c... moreOh OK. The other T2 Ultra "logic challenged" user kept telling us this number of hours of talk time, standby time, etc...
My Note 8 usage the similar secondary role for browsing at home.
TheNeighbor, 24 Apr 2014My Note 1 still works. I can say I miss the short battery life.
My wife inherited the Note ... more"I'm curious - how does this T2 Ultra fair with heavy usage? (I don't think you'd visit copy-paste the same information from Sony provided as that other user.)" - Don't really understand what you mean.
But for my T2, it's unfair to compare with my Note 3 (full time on 4G). Because my Note 3 served as my main phone for FB, Wechat, Whatsapp, Surfing net, listen to musics, gamings and many more.. It last a day..
Whereas for my T2, average of 2 to 2 1/2 days usage per charge. mainly use for phone calls and on wifi (sometimes only).