Samsung Galaxy Note II - Titanium Grey
best phone on the market!
Everything about this phone is wonderful! I really have yet to come across any problems with it! 10's across the board!
December 24, 2012
a phone that you've teased your imagination with.
By far, hands down the most brilliant idea of what is your Galaxy? I'm using it to write this post... There is nothing that comes close to a phone/tablet/personal game console/writing tablet/and so much much more! Your going to enjoy everything that this gadget had to offer. Loudest speaker on the shelf. Thank youSamsung for putting apple in the corner of the ring....ding ding "winner!"
December 22, 2012
The Best Android Phone Yet
I've been using phones running Google's Android OS since the G1 was first released a few years ago on T-Mobile, and I've owned quite a few "higher end" phones since then. I won't bore you with phone specs since that information is littered all over the internet, but I will share some of the things that I really like about this phone.
The huge, crisp display is excellent for watching videos as well as browsing around on the internet. Both hands may be needed to use the phone's virtual keyboard when the phone is used in portrait mode (turned sideways). I find that I can use one hand when using the phone upright, but some people may need to use both hands regardless. This is a common complaint (probably from people who try to text and drive, a no-no).
The camera takes beautiful photos and the videos recorded are okay as well. And games are getting better on the Android OS. When I purchased this phone it came with a free copy of the Need For Speed game.
Who can argue with a phone that ships with a quad-core processor and a 3100 mAH battery? In non-geek terms all this means is that the phone runs fast and can last long in between charges (depending on how you use your phone since power consumption differs with the activity...internet, music, videos, etc).
I dislike the fact that in this day and age this phone only ships with 16GB of internal memory. I understand that anyone can upgrade their memory with the purchase of additional memory sticks, but understand that for some crazy reason users can't transfer applications to the SD card under this new Android Jellybean OS version. So that Need for Speed game that I mentioned above? It uses nearly 2GB of space on your phone.
The Note 2 is a good phone, but it would be nice if Samsung got with the times and offered phones with more internal memory.
I didn't mention the "S-Pen" because I really don't have a need for it. And if you're still undecided, then pick this phone up anyway. You won't regret it. And if this phone is too big for you, then the Samsung Galaxy S3 is just as nice (think of it as a smaller version of the Note 2 minus the S-Pen, big screen, and long battery life).
December 19, 2012
The Best Phone in the Market
Looking for a new phone, Look no further. The note 2 is a fabulous device. I have had it for the past two weeks and its simply a stellar device. The big screen is no hindrance at all and browsing net or watching videos is absolute fun. And unlike iphone you are not locked into fixed memory, just pop in a sd card upto 64 gb. Camera is nice too. An absolute recommendation for anyone searching a new device!!!
December 9, 2012