Kumar, 13 Feb 2013Which one is best among GS3 and note 2 ? I would like to buy any the best among those two..Ple... moreS3 vs N2 ... the only problem is the size ... if you don't mind the bigger size, then Note2 wins hands down :D ...
Am going for N2 \m/
Kumar, 13 Feb 2013Which one is best among GS3 and note 2 ? I would like to buy any the best among those two..Ple... morePersonally the Note 2 is better.
- Bigger, sharper, brighter screen
- A lot better battery life
- Better processor and ram
- Better build quality
The only down side is its a bit bigger and heavier.
Kumar, 13 Feb 2013Which one is best among GS3 and note 2 ? I would like to buy any the best among those two..Ple... moreBoth phones are high end phones, but choice depends on ur need, if u want to edit or work in MS office, u should go for note 2, otherwise both phones are same in many aspects. S3 has 1gb ram & note 2 has 2gb ram, but believe me s3 never show any sign of lagness in any thing, so RAM does not matter anyway.
Choice is yours
Which one is best among GS3 and note 2 ? I would like to buy any the best among those two..Please sincerely suggest me ...Thanks in advance ...
AnonD-100398, 13 Feb 2013Hey guys anyone has any news abt jb 4.2.2 update for note 2 ???Have to wait till the midst of May 2013.
ultraman, 13 Feb 2013what is the diff of N7100 and N7105?N7100 is 3G
N7105 is 4G (check the 4G frequency of your provider first)
I think that the specifications are erroneous. There is no FM receiver. Why else can't an app be found on the samsung app website, or anywhere else for that matter, to use the tune-able fm radio? the only radio app available are internet streaming radio apps. In my opinion, samsung says they included a radio receiver in order to charge more for the note 2, but instead cheated customers who bought the note 2 primarily for the radio feature.
AnonD-100398, 13 Feb 2013Hey guys anyone has any news abt jb 4.2.2 update for note 2 ???Nothing here... im sure the S3 and Note 2 will be the first Samsung devices to get 4.2.? but i haven't heard when that might be.
AnonD-61530, 12 Feb 2013There is a rumour around that the note 3 will be out sooner than Q4 2013 but i will believe it... moreWith a centimeter taller than the Note II, it's not possible to store it in the top pocket shirt anymore. That was the reason why I started buying more Columbia shirts for work.
If all of these dimensions are true, I'll really need to carry a bag for it. Harder to hide it.
AnonD-67893, 12 Feb 2013The easiest way to root and unroot note: just put it under the plant and pull it out slowly an... moreThat was a good one, but u forgot to mention that after that he needs to take the phone to dentist to get a root canal done hahaha ....LOL..
Steve J, 12 Feb 2013It took 11 months between the release dates of Note1 & 2, so it is likely we won't see Not... moreThere is a rumour around that the note 3 will be out sooner than Q4 2013 but i will believe it when i see it.
I agree that the note 3 needs to be pocketable.
I think we are heading to a device that is almost edge to edge with really small bezels and has no physical buttons. I dont think a 6.3" note 3 will be any bigger than a 6.1" Huawei Mate.
Drawing it in CAD i think its perfectly possible to fit a 6.3" screen in a device thats 85mm x 162mm (the note 2 is 81x151). I think this is still pocketable but others wont.
Steve J, 12 Feb 2013It took 11 months between the release dates of Note1 & 2, so it is likely we won't see Not... moreI'm inclined to believe that the Note III will be out October/November. My contract from the Note I will be up by then and will gladly be taking up that retention device for another 2-year contract. I'll need the same unlimited data internet service anyway.
I'm not in a hurry to get the Note III if it really does come out this month or the next. I just got the Note II last month.
16:10 ratio of the Note I was something I appreciated as it stood close to the A6 sized notebooks. I think this is where the design team came up with the concept and put in the Wacom pen as an enhancement to that concept of a Moleskine notebook - I mean this was where they started putting in the flip cover too, just like a notebook has. The marketing was cautious a bit when it started the launch for the Note I -they were giving out no downpayment subscriptions with the free flip cover, perhaps due to the unsuccessful Dell Streak 5". The Note I was ridiculed to be a strange big smartphone. I saw past that and got it immediately and I was immensely satisfied with what I was able to do with the device.
The S III carried over some of the concepts from the Note I. And then the concepts of the S III was carried over to the Note II like screen ratio.
Whatever the next Note is, I hope the S Pen gets better features and the screen resolution gets higher with the battery capacity becoming even more better. I'm curious about how the double quad-core processor will cut energy consumption by 70%. I just hope the weight isn't as heavy though.
It took 11 months between the release dates of Note1 & 2, so it is likely we won't see Note 3 till September 2013.
Samsung changed the image aspect ratio from 8:5 in Note1 to 16:9 in Note2. The reason is that 16:9 gives a narrower (less wide) phone.
So we can see that Samsung is conscious of size & would not want to stray beyond limits. The Note2 is a phone, not a caricature of one.
Imagine how ridiculous it would look, holding a 6.3 inch phone to your ear to answer a call.
Furthermore, pocket portability would be seriously compromised. A mobile phone has to be mobile ie pocket portable. 6.3 inches is too much.
Wait a minute....don't tell me Samsung are slyly referencing phallic symbolism!