casperot, 25 Mar 2014Zero lemon its available in saudi arabia?online order.
sonny, 25 Mar 2014Z1& Z2 battery life is perfect in two days use and note 3 's battery I s charged twice a ... moreAccording to Phone Arena, "Quite shockingly, the Xperia Z1 ranks last among top smartphones in its class scoring just 4 hours and 43 minutes of battery life on our test."
They go on saying, "Your real-life mileage will be indeed higher, but not much - at such a low score, the Z1 might not even last through a full workday. Only with milder use, you should be able to have your phone last a full day. That’s a frustrating situation, and we hope Sony gets to work to fix this soon.
How exactly does the Xperia Z1 compare versus today’s most popular smartphones? We said it ranks last, but it’s the difference in longevity we find particularly striking. The newest devices like the Galaxy Note 3 and LG G2 have nearly 50% higher scores."
So much for your thrash here. I wouldn't be surprised if the Z2 will have a shorter battery life.
[deleted post]Learn to damn spell. It's Samsung, not Samsaung.
Clearly you're pretty upset about the Note 3's excellent performance and versatility.
The removable battery system is very practical and much more efficient than a fixed type.
1. Better battery cycling and thereby longer life since you can switch and not over stress each battery.
2. Seconds to get a full charge back than wait for 2 HOURS to charge.
It just takes over a minute to change:
3. No need to carry the charger or a heavier power bank.
4. You have a choice of a third party extended battery, even tripling the capacity, like Zerolemon and will last you up to a week of power.
5. Safer to charge on a cradle than on the device as about 10% of batteries have chances to be unstable.
6. Reduces the chances of theft while charging outside the house.
7. An extra battery is smaller and thinner to carry inside your pocket.
8. When your battery finally gives up, you just buy a new one.
9. No need to pay for more expensive internal battery and wait for days to have it installed.
10. Your device becomes practically wireless without the need to plug in via the micro USB most of the time if you just charge the spent battery via the battery cradle.
Come and argue logically. You have nothing to counter the points above. Nothing.
Anonymous, 25 Mar 2014ps, the Z1 lasts less than 6 hours watching a video... the Note 3 is 13.5 hours... hardly &quo... moreZ1& Z2 battery life is perfect in two days use and note 3 's battery I s charged twice a day*
For video& gaming Z1&z2 are nice battery life!
I think you have never seen z2
Don't stay in a well*
So you're back.. let me tell you that removable battery is more useful than those inbuilt ones. You can carry an extra if your existing ones gets exhausted. I cannot understand your logic about removable battery. Stop spamming here and go back to your sony page and promote your products there. This forum is only for note 3 users. So it proves that you are jealous of samsung products
[deleted post]ps, the Z1 lasts less than 6 hours watching a video... the Note 3 is 13.5 hours... hardly "perfect in all performance" is it?
[deleted post]Funny how when i go camping my phone is still going a week later or on a long haul flight i still have a fully charged phone at the end of the trip. I would never buy a phone without a removable battery.....
AnonD-239284, 24 Mar 2014no i didnt factory reset before update.i connected my phone to wifi ,it gave me a notification... moreAs I know one thing OS upgrade is a one way process so I prefer to factory reset before I upgrade and as per experienced I never faced issue and achieved optimal performance.
Reason being you don't know which software is causing abnormality.
I would suggest you should visit genuine Samsung shop and ask them to reset your phone to factory setting.
AnonD-121248, 23 Mar 2014How did you update? Did you factory reset before Updating?no i didnt factory reset before update.i connected my phone to wifi ,it gave me a notification of software update.i accepted it and it went on…did this thing caused the issue? i reset my device after i started getting these errors but it did mot solved my issue.moreover i refreshed the software from a mobile shop here but still the problem persists.
no i didnt factory reset before update.when i connected it to wifi it gave me a notification of software update i accepted it and it went on...did this thing caused the issue?
Hmmm, 24 Mar 2014Go for IPhone 5s, Nexus 5 or HTC one max if you looking for big great bright screen and great ... moreYou seems to be crazy. The Note 3's screen is not that sharp?! LOL...
Everything is configurable on the Note 3. Even the camera that at night isn't that good as you said.
Certainly, in low light ambient the camera isn't so good as in daylight, but tell me what smartphone is able to light the entire ambient at night?
My Note 3 never lag, never overheat, never fail.
I've Note 3 since it was leaked and the performance (battery including) and the size and everything is the best.
Hmmm, 24 Mar 2014Go for IPhone 5s, Nexus 5 or HTC one max if you looking for big great bright screen and great ... moreiPhone 5s doesnt have a big screen - S3 Note is the best selling big-screen phone in the world, and there is a reason to it. the iNote cant even compare - the toughest rivals atm are LG G Flex and Xperia Z2
AnonD-247183, 24 Mar 2014guys tell me which is the best smartphone note 3 vs iphone 5s tell meplzzz...Go for IPhone 5s, Nexus 5 or HTC one max if you looking for big great bright screen and great battery life. Forget about Note 3 not worth it i used it for 1 month camera isn't that good at night, crash once, screen not that bright and not that sharp.
When do I get Android 4.4.2 update for N9005 for middle east version?????????????
AnonD-247183, 24 Mar 2014guys tell me which is the best smartphone note 3 vs iphone 5s tell meplzzz...Iphone 5s probably wouldn't make the top ten of devices available behind samsung, sony, LG, Nokia etc.
The screen is WAAAYYY too small, the price is WAAAYYY too high the OS/iTunes is too restrictive, the battery too small... need i go on?