I currently have an iPhone 4S and am completely smitten with the Note 2 size. However, I also like the mind numbing simplicity of the iPhone. Any help making a decision?
1) Battery life is it as good as the above phones
2) How quick does it recharge, not a slow re charger, needs to be as speedy as the Iphone
3) Wifi strength is it OK like the Note or powerful like the Iphone
4) GPS does it find satellites instantly like the Note or pretty quick like the Iphone..
Hi all, I have been browsing these forums for a few months now deciding whether to jump from iOS. I now know I want to but can't decide between the note 3 or the s4. The poor battery is one of the main reasons for leaving iPhone and I have read that the note 3 battery life is awesome but with the s4 there seems to be more and more threads popping up about poor battery life.
Found a guy on Craigslist that says he doesn't like Android and wants an iPhone! He wants to swap me his arctic blue (wish the color was different) s4 for my titanium note 2 as he believes he'll have an easier time swapping that for an iPhone. Do you guys think Note 2 for s4 would be a good deal?
Hi, I was hoping for a little help with my decision. I am up for an upgrade this coming Monday and it works out that I can get an original Galaxy Note for $50 on contract. I can also get the Gs3 for the same price, but I love the size of the Note. So basically is there a lot of development for the Note?
So after many weeks of debating between the iphone 5, the Droid DNA and the Note 2 I finally pulled the trigger. The iphone made me feel like I was getting less phone for my money and the Droid DNA just seemed like a super-sized version of the Incredible 4G I was currently using...meaning it really didn't have any features besides the screen that blew my mind.
Probably not the correct forum for this but here it is . . . I have a Nexus 5 and using Hangouts as my SMS app. My friend is an iPhone user but recently switched to a Note 3. He was getting my texts on iPhone 5S and subsequently on the Note 3. He used a nano to micro SIM adapter to use the iPhone 5S SIM in the Note 3.
So to keep things short, my sister said I could use her upgrade to get the Note 2 if I give her my iPhone. I am not sure if I will like Android and may miss iMessaging and iTuens and stuff but I am willing to make the change. The question is, should I wait for the S4 or go ahead and get the Note 2?
Recently Samsung conducted the Samsung Galaxy Note Street Challenge. They gave Android users a few hours to play with the Galaxy Note, and then they hit the streets in Harold Square to see how it stacked against the competition. You guessed it, the competition was the iPhone. Here’s a video of a woman completely shocked that the Galaxy Note does more than her iPhone will ever do.