fredje, 02 Nov 2011I have it since this morning. It's nice. It's big, but you get used to it quite quick. It's j... moreHi. I just want to confirm something...is it true that the keyboard is not that reactive by touch and that it's more reactive by pen?
what do you do with a phone who has enough computing muscle but does not have enough good apps to run (android market)..trash it! people talk so much about dual cores and graphic speed but when it comes to actual working, beautifully created apps, nothing beats Apple's app store. i'm sure android will eventually catch up but as of the moment, yeah you're holding expensive android phone with no games or apps.
I have it since this morning. It's nice. It's big, but you get used to it quite quick.
It's just the S-pen where you have to get used to
It comes with a regular battery cover and one with a 'flap' which can be used as screen protector
Anonymous, 02 Nov 2011what about battery life?Talk time 2G/3G: 13h/4.5h
Stand-by 2G/3G: 24days/16days
That remains to be seen when the phone is out.
This is one hell of a phone. 1.4 GHz Dual-core processor is a monster.
are this phone really support tv out ? or maybe they have an adapter for HDMI port ?
Anonymous, 02 Nov 2011what about battery life?I read on engadget that battery life is like 9.5hrs of video play in full screen
I am very excited to this phone as I am waiting for this for couple of months now. I'd expect this to be released in the UK for tomorrow.
And guys, I just want to share this video review of Samsung Galaxy Note :) Enjoy!
Watch Review Here:
vicky, 02 Nov 2011better choice s2 hd lte..monster phoneAlthough it has 1.5 duel core it has shown to be slower than s2, whereas the note uses same chipset at 1.4 and has shown to be faster on benchmarks , white galaxy note all the way :)
Is it good to use always connected to charger to avoid run out of battery when leave home?