nivek_k2020, 19 Dec 2011Will this be usable on Tmobile frequency of 1700/2100?yeah...absolutely.
All software supportable Mobile ... very nice .. u can buy it ..Don't worry if u lost this Handset so u can get it..Bcoz The anti-theift s/w already installed in this mobile
I hope that AT&T leaves this phone intact with all the features including the FM radio. No one wants AT&T Radio or TV when you cant connect through WIFI and no available unlimited data plan. Smarten up AT&T.
is qualcomm,adreno 220 stronger than exynos,mali400mp,if yes then i will buy this instead
plz whats the difference between samsung galaxy note n7000 and galaxy note i9220?
AnonD-4814, 17 Dec 2011No, exynos support LTE. GSII is 4G-supported, so of course it's support LTE.No the 4G LTE version of the Galaxy S II has a Snapdragon chipset. Exynos however supports HSPA+ 21Mbps, but no LTE.
ovi, 16 Dec 2011Exynos doesn't support LTE. That's why they had to use Qualcomm.No, exynos support LTE. GSII is 4G-supported, so of course it's support LTE.
Anonymous, 17 Dec 2011The biggest problem with the Galaxy Note is it's battery life when using that ridiculous scree... moreWi-Fi use makes the battery life poor, drains a lot battery, but the rest is Ok.
ovi, 16 Dec 2011Exynos doesn't support LTE. That's why they had to use Qualcomm.No matter what the reason is fella... In the end they WILL be dissappointed.
The biggest problem with the Galaxy Note is it's battery life when using that ridiculous screen. I wonder if the LTE version will come with a little more juice (considering LTE connections tend to use it up a bit quicker).
AnonD-4317, 16 Dec 2011Snapdragon chipset? Our American friends're gonna be dissapointed.Exynos doesn't support LTE. That's why they had to use Qualcomm.
It is already in the market and it comes with 16gb internal memory + MMC option. and OS is Android 2.3.5, which is upgradeable