LEGendARY, 12 Apr 2014Got this phone a week ago,
Such a fast and responsive phone. S-pen is fun.
I noticed a bi... moreYes, the screen's sensitivity is is even more excellent since about the time of the S2, and then from Note 8 and Note 2.
Color temperature has also been calibrated closer to actual with natural or movie mode.
You chose a great device.
Got this phone a week ago,
Such a fast and responsive phone. S-pen is fun.
I noticed a big difference in screen sensitivity compared to my old Galaxy S II.
Very happy with the build quality as well.
Anonymous, 12 Apr 2014You think deeply,
Pressure control? ha ha ha
Even frequently use spen destroy Amoled screen ... moreThat's the very ignorant comment we can expect from you. If you aren't familiar how a Wacom digitizer works, you're in the wrong page. The S Pen tip has a spring action and rubberized.
I've used 4 Galaxy Note models with the S Pen. No problems at all or lags or "destroy AMOLED screen.
Do you know what's really laggy and inaccurate? The Ultra Z and Z1 pencil input:
[deleted post]Not according to this site:
Haha, I guess they got their specs wrong. I stand corrected with that information.
But your T2 has only 4.8GB of usable space,and everything else has is dominated with the Note 3:
T2 Ultra VS Galaxy Note 3 key specs:
Dimension: 165.2 x 83.8 x 7.7 mm (Note 3:151.2 x 79.2 x 8.3 mm)
Screen: IPS LCD capacitive
touchscreen, 720 x 1280 pixels, 6.0 inches
(Note 3: Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 1080 x 1920 pixels, 5.7 inches)
Card slot: microSD, up to 32 GB
(Note 3: up to 64 GB)
Internal: 8 GB
(Note 3: 32 GB for regular, 16 GB or 64 GB for some)
RAM: 1 GB RAM
(Note 3: 3 GB RAM)
(Note 3: 2160p@30fps, 1080p@60fps)
Secondary: 1.1 MP, 720p@30fps
(Note 3: 2 MP, 1080p@30fps)
Chipset: Qualcomm MSM8928 Snapdragon 400
(Note 3: Qualcomm Snapdragon 800)
For $50 to $75 more, you could have had the better speced Z Ultra. Yeah keep bragging about your battery. You need it since you have a shirt usage tone with your Z1.
No, I'm pretty sure you're the one jealous of the Note 3, or you simply can't afford it. Finally realized the Z2 only has too few improvements to even spend, or that the Z2 will probably get to you by July because Sony needs to fix the overheating and assembly gaps to let water in.
Meantime, the S5 will get a major portion of the people who want a better performing device than something that crashes everytime the 4k recording is used or shouldn't be wet since it has gaps.
My Note 3 is currently facing a 3G data connection problem. For every 10 seconds the 3G signal goes off and again after 20 seconds or so 3G connection restores and this process repeats. My Note 3 is at least unable to handle this minimum situation of handling 3G data connection. Its not the problem with the Operator, cause my HTC One handset is able to deal with the operator's 3G data connection perfectly. What would have been the problem with my handset? Using the Note 3 for the past one month and updated to kitkat version immediately after buying the phone. Except this problem the Note 3 is awesome. some one please advise what may be the solution. Is this a software problem or hardware problem?
Anonymous, 12 Apr 2014Yes, of course, 1071h(3G) You can see T2 ultra gsm arena page You are comparing a midranger with a current flagship device. With lower specs. This t2 ultra is comparable to nokia 1320 and samsung galaxy mega 6.3.
AnonD-77810, 12 Apr 20141000hrs standby ... this shows how illiterate you are.Yes, of course, 1071h(3G)
You can see T2 ultra gsm arena page
TheNeighbor, 12 Apr 2014As we have already seen from my last post, the Note 3 blows your T2 Ultra out of the water in ... moreYou think deeply,
Pressure control? ha ha ha
Even frequently use spen destroy Amoled screen and makes many lags
When you force pressure to Amoled, note 3 iwill be plastic useless toy in one week
Don't troll, ha ha ha
[deleted post]1000hrs standby ... this shows how illiterate you are.
AnonD-253251, 12 Apr 2014I just purchased my note 3 and i found out that about after 10 to 15 mins of working on it the... moreChange it with T2 ultra
You can be free from your unpleasant problem
Spen us another problem and battery life us shorter than T2 although note3 has 3200mah
Using spen often destroy note3 screen and now you may understand Samsung marketing
Of course, spen is gimmick and it is useless in real life
I agree, plus note 3 was just not the same after the update. It just became unusable.
I just purchased my note 3 and i found out that about after 10 to 15 mins of working on it the screen automatically starts dimming and then getting bright . I have auto brightness turned off. Power saving mode is also turned off .plz help me out
Just bought new note 3 n900 its screen starts to get dim and bright without any reason checked out everything please help me out with this bug
[deleted post]Hahaha, 720p much better for you? Better than the 1080p screen of your Z1 with terrible angle viewing, I guess!
Yeah, better find reasons for yourself to saying that the mid-ranged T2 Ultra is better because of course it's cheap because it has an outdated chipset Snapdargon 400 vs your still sub-par Z1 with a Snapdragon 800.
T2 Ultra has:
1GB of RAM
Only 8GB of internal memory,
Only up to 32GB of micro SD compatibility
1.1MP front camera
NO proximity sensor
NO Flash support
NO ambient sensor
WTF! WTF! WTF!
You can't even play games with gyro controls! You can't navigate, you can't connect to your car music, you can't have auto brightness, you can't auto rotate, you can't transfer files faster, you can't connect to a TV wire or wirelessly... Goodness! You spent money on this crap? Yeah, I bet you are so relieved with the battery.
Hahaha, you better stop bragging about your T2 Ultra because as far as we know, it's nothing compared to the Note 3.
Anonymous, 11 Apr 2014Don't use spen more often! It destroys your note3 screen and makes many lags!
Of course, spe... moreAs we have already seen from my last post, the Note 3 blows your T2 Ultra out of the water in terms of specs and performance. I remember you posting here that you said the Note 3 was so big and clumsy to handle. Well, here you are telling us you have the T2 which is even more bigger in size than the Note 3 and only .5mm thinner than the Note 3. Do you know what a half millimeter is?
Obviously you are jealous of the Wacom digitizer the Note 3 is packing. This is known as the S Pen. It provides pressure sensitive inputs. I don't know if your T2 Ultra really has pencil input like you are bragging. The T2 Ultra is lower mid-end device that GSM Arena didn't bother giving a simple review. And here you are bragging it is better than the Note 3.
The original Z Ultra is 40% off at $471 retail, comes with small squarish bluetooth audio remote clip on accessory, and does that pencil input you brag about. I think you should have wasted your money on a better rubbish device than a T2 Ultra.
There are some problems with this as I found out from my 20 minutes of my personal testing the pencil input:
1. Pencil selection - you can only use broad lead regular wood pencils as mechanical pencils with those .5mm pencil leads will not register. Yeah, you need a sharpener handy too if your point breaks. Don't even try ballpoint pens, or any type of pens for that matter!
2. Pencils smudges - as I suspected when I first heard about this Sony's concept of pencil as stylus input, the pencil will leave pencil lead marks on the glass screen. I draw with a pencil on paper, but it's ridiculous that my hands would get pencil lead marks from my smartphone's screen. You'd need to constantly wipe clean your screen after every time you use a pencil on the screen.
3. Inaccurate input - the pencil input skips, and almost half the time will not register. Look at my actual video of it:
4. No pressure control and palm rejection - The pencil input will only give you a uniform line all the time, and you must be careful from your hand or fingers touching the screen while pencil input. It results in creating extra lines you never intended:
The S Pen on the Note 3 is conveniently situated on the bottom right when you need it. It has pressure input, meaning you can control the thickness of your lines to give them a natural look. The more the pressure, the thicker the line. The lesser the pressure, the thinner the line. I appreciate this as a visual hobbyist artist, being able to input lines and colors accurately as I intended when drawing.