should i wait for s3 or buy this galaxy note? how much do you think the price for s3
why gsmarena rate so low on sgn..i'm used sgn recently and so glad to have it..mybe there is something wrong on this site.. :-(
i m planning to buying galaxy tab in coupl of days bt now i m planning to buy this phone ...!! it is very well featured nd give competition to Tablets .. very good phone at a very good price ..!!!
Galaxy Note-The Revolution in Smartphones!﻿
or im just underrating the device calling it just a
ITS THE BEST PORTABLE GADGET EVER!!
Got a high HD resolution 840*1280 pixels!
comparing to a psp's 480*640 low resolution,so
Note got games with better resolution than a PSP
plus,got 1080p video recording and playback with
comparing to Sony Bravia L.E.D 1080p with 24 fps!
You can enjoy Blu-Ray video quality on this phone!
Plus its Full Hd video recording quality is better
than﻿ most of the 12mp digital.cameras out there
like Sony's Cybershot!
CMON,WHAT ELSE COULD YOU DEMAND MORE IN
THIS FREAKIN WORLD!
AnonD-49302, 05 Apr 2012samsung galaxy note it awesome.i love.just i have problem.it always shut down automaticly,and ... morepls update your version /about phone/software update/update(check for update)/than update your phone...make sure your battery its full...enjoy
i own this since 2 months ago and it's a good phone.
Battery life at 1st was not good enough until I installed JuiceDefender.
I heard some people are having problem after they upgrade the OS.
hope this will help other owners.
shangai desperate , 08 Apr 2012i just bought in shanghai but the sales girl did not inform me that sold in china differ as al... moreGo back to Samsung service center in China ask them to change language to Eng for you. If you are ready outside of China Samsung in your country can reinstall new firmware for you
Don't worry. I just bought NOTE for my wife yesterday. It is very good.
i just bought in shanghai but the sales girl did not inform me that sold in china differ as all android applications in chinese and i am can't read chinese?.
what can i do with samsung galaxy note now???????
AnonD-48967, 07 Apr 2012I am using SGN... it was nice but while updating my note in LB1 and LB2 i m facing some troubl... morehey ajit... Even i updated ma phone to DDLB1 firmware n i got ma phone's software crashing after a short period of use... When u put off the phone n immedietly switch it on, the phone runs smoothly but after sometime it gets very slow and lags up... Jst go to nearest samsung service centre n they will update it to DDLC1 tats a better one. nw m using the same firmware n till now i never encountered any problem... Jst try it wahtever i told u n u will hav great experience of it... Its official n very stable firmware for india n if u hav ny antivirus then uninstall it n the phone will run smoothly....
whitehorse2975, 07 Apr 2012Can anybody help me where I can buy an LCD for Galaxy Note GT-N7000 here in the Philippines?? ... moreYou meant a Super AMOLED HD screen? Not LCD. The Samsung service centers can help you with the supply. What happened with your Note?
Can anybody help me where I can buy an LCD for Galaxy Note GT-N7000 here in the Philippines?? Please help.
I have questions:
In Australia When or where can we get the white version from contracts ?
Vodafone and Optus only come with black.
how loud speaker compare to HTC one or sg2?
What is the temperature of heating on note?
Well i have been using this phone for around 2 months now. By fast the best tab cum phone. Features are cool. I like its big size cos i can type easily. Hassle free....
Today i updated its firmware/software and wtf it is beheaving real slow. I tried deleting few apps but no luck.
Something is wrong here not sure what. I reset it to factory settings now but all in vain. The new update seems to be not at all compatiable.
There are no apps in it at present and i dont know how to make it fast again
Planning to visit samsung care centre
This was not at all expected.
AnonD-49572, 07 Apr 2012Till last one month this low ratings are being shown by GSM Arena site. Before that Galaxy Not... moreI have this phone for 2 days.
If i have to rate it i will give a 7/10.
The most annoing point is the power button.
Been opposit to volume botton, is always turn when u press the volume.
Its lag. Not badly but it does.
The speaker is under the everage.
The samsung wizard 4.0 or how do you call it, its nothing special.
The rest i dont not yet.
A little disappoint.
This device has a lot of potentiallity, very sad for this fews annoing issues.
AnonD-49605, 07 Apr 2012Galaxy Life
Its been two days now since I've received my Galaxy Note and goodness, am I glad!... moreHaha. I know that feeling the first time I got the Note 4 months ago! It's still a wild ride with it as my all round gadget from sun up to sun down. A lot of people still think the S Pen works like a resistive stylus, but in fact it has a Wacom sensor at the back of the Super AMOLED screen working with the active S Pen.
Sketching with the S Memo and Sketchbook Mobile is quite useful when explaining or impressing clients about architectural projects I handle. I even use it for my leisure sketching daily things I observe.
Everything else the Note handles quite well from entertainment to serious work to communications.
Its been two days now since I've received my Galaxy Note and goodness, am I glad! The Note has utterly redefined the way I look at smartphones, no longer can I look at anything less than a four incher without cringing...the Note's supreme five point three inch super amoled display has set the visual bar so high I'm afraid no phone will ever surpass the glory that has been revealed unto me. Pardon the emotion.
There's a good reason why I beleive the Galaxy Note is the best phone on the planet as of now. Period. You see I've been using the HTC Desire HD for the past couple of months and although it was a great phone, it did have some very serious issues. The most annoying of which was the earth-shatteringly poor battery life. The Desire HD lasted a day at best, no matter how much I coaxed the bugger it would just blink off and die at the end of the day and that was annoying. To make matters worse, there were no reliable extended battery packs, the handful that were there were extremely limited thanks to HTC's unibody design...a power nightmare.
So you could imagine the look on my face when Samsung announced that the Galaxy Note would be packing a stellar twenty-five-hundred mah battery, I think my Desire HD's twelve-hundred and thirty mah battery curled up and called it quits. So indeed my expectations for the Note were high. I was not disappointed. The beast gave me two hours of 3G surfing, three hours of video, an hour and half of calling and an hour of playing games...at the end of which, it still had a good thirty percent juice left! And this with the battery literally new- gobsmackingly brilliant!
Almost everything is a comfort, from typing to using the s-pen. Although I must admit I do miss HTC's predictive keyboard- which in my opinion is the best darn keyboard. Now a couple of words about the s-pen. First its the best thing since sliced bread, no seriously its that good, it makes me wonder why no other major manufacturer thiugh about it. No the s-pen does not work with the Galaxy SII or other capacitive phones and yes I've tried using it so. Secondly, and the only grouch, there is a noticeable lag if you swipe quickly while say making a sketch. This is most likely a software issue and I do hope Samsung will fix it in their IceCreamSandwich update. Fingers crossed!
In every other area the Galaxy Note does not disappoint. The speed at which the phone goes about its regular "chores" is staggeringly fast and the browser opens more than seven web pages without breaking a sweat. YouTube 1080p playback is smooth and glitch free while watching videos and playing games is second to none. Again there is no other phone that has a display as mesmerizing as the Note's. The front and primary cameras are stellar. Video recording is second only to the iPhone's, its worth mentioning that video recording is the only area the iPhone surpasses the Note. Office documents and pdf files open utter ease and the finesse with which the Note accomplishes its tasks is admirable.
I don't think I'd ever want another phone. Sigh.