A week ago I purchased the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 from T-Mobile USA. Overall it's great. Will I keep it? I'm not sure. I don't have the largest hands; thus, texting in the horizontal mode is a bit of a stretch and, after a short while, causes a bit of pain. Also, the S Pen application is useless in the horizontal mode: text is huge and only one line can be viewed; predictive text, if enabled in horizontal mode, causes no text to be visible while typing. The Samsung Galaxy S III does not seem to suffer from this issue.
AnonD-77905, 20 Nov 2012i will start my talking that am not a fanboy, the phone is a real beast in everything, but the... moreNo yellow screen here, I'm happy to say. And so I haven't seen nor heard of the problem you mentioned here. Perhaps yours wasn't a real note 2, or maybe you're just imagining it? What ever the case, I don't have this problem. And neither does anyone else that I know.
so i have called my friend that i sold him my NOTE 1 and i told him to come and get the phone with him cause something wrong in my device , we compared and of course the note 1 did a lot lot better in the white areas and the colors were more natural and of course it was more sharp , and no more saying and dont tell me thats in my device i have seen a lot of devices and they are all the same
i am not saying the screen is that bad , the first time i saw the phone i was amazed by its display but after using it for a while i noticed that there is something wrong and its not comforting my eyes specially in white backgrounds
Anonymous, 20 Nov 2012i used this phone for quite some time yet the screen is still normal. and i've never heard any... moreor maybe you are a SAM. worker cause am not the only one noticing this shitty display and its surely not just my device cause i have seen 15 devices in different stores and they are all same
King-K, 20 Nov 2012I have used sets from almost every big manufatures and i had been a big time fan of HTC & ... moreThank you man atleast someone noticed that the display is not that great . I dont need a magic screen if they have just used the note 1 display that would be great . I know that there will not be a perfect phone but come on SAM. People buy this device becoz of the screen which you should have done better
Samsung has made such a great phone with lots of great features. Thanks from KSA :)
AnonD-77905, 20 Nov 2012i will start my talking that am not a fanboy, the phone is a real beast in everything, but the... morei used this phone for quite some time yet the screen is still normal. and i've never heard anyone mention this problem before. maybe the fault is with your phone...( or your eyes ).
peach, 20 Nov 2012Guys what does USB stand for?universal serial bus
peach, 20 Nov 2012Guys what does USB stand for?Universal Serial Bus
i have note2 and the mobile internet seems slow here in philippines. im using globe.
peach, 20 Nov 2012Guys what does USB stand for?USB (Universal Serial Bus)
USB is a standard for a wired connection between two electronic devices, including a mobile phone and a desktop computer. The connection is made by a cable that has a connector at either end. One end, the one that plugs into the computer, is the same across all USB cables while the one that plugs into the mobile device can be of various types such as miniUSB, microUSB or a proprietary connector.
USB version 1.1 provides maximum speeds of up to 1.5 MB/s while the current version 2.0 is about 40 times faster. The versions are backwards compatible and the speed is limited by the slower device. Transferring data may require drivers to be installed on the desktop computer but some phones offer "mass storage" mode which means they appear as thumb drives to the computer and no special drivers are needed.
In addition to their data transferring application, USB cables also carry an electric charge that can be used to power peripherals (such as USB mice or keyboards), and many mobile phones can be charged through their USB port.
And For More Info you can get it in Glossary GSMARENA
bok, 20 Nov 2012and you are suggesting what? hahaha. Note is a very very powerful phone, that is if you know h... moreYou sound illiterate in terms of mobile technology. For your information, its my fourth year in computer engineering in the university of texas and every weekend I work part time with mobile developers. Ask learned people about this things they will tell you that IPhone And HTC uses a quantum technology which is durable and feasible and allured. I guess you left school without finishing at varsity. There's a room to learn for people like you who go after popularity.