I'm debating between the Galaxy Nexus and the Skyrocket. I'd like to buy one of the other off-contract to use on Straight Talk, and the prices appear roughly the same. On the one hand, I feel like I constantly hear great things about the Galaxy Nexus.
Hello everyone I'm just trying to get a general idea of your thoughts on the matter. I am currently an Owner of the Galaxy S3 (White Model) A couple weeks from now the new Galaxy Note will be announced and a little down the road the new Nexus device. First of all I've never owned a Note but it does intrigue me A LOT.
I did a buddy upgrade on my wife's line to get the Galaxy Note 2. My wife just has a regular flip phone and doesn't want a smart phone. That being said, the Galaxy Note 2 arrives today sometime. I have a Galaxy Nexus right now. Could I just swap the SIM card in the devices and be up and running or do I have to call Verizon and swap phones?
Is it really this bad? The only phone I've had with worse battery life was the Galaxy S2 Skyrocket. I have the some amount of background process and software that I had with my Nexus 4, S4 GPE and Z Ultra yet I find it doesn't even last a full day with mild use. I've tried stock and CM11 just to see if anything would help and its the same story.
What do you guys think, the note 2 is big enough to serve as a mini tablet. Those of you who have the nexus 7 and plan on getting the note 2, will you get rid of your nexus 7? If you plan on keeping the nexus 7, where will it fit between your computer and your note as far as daily usage?
I'm posting this here because there is no dedicated forum for the Galaxy Tab 4.
Would any of you consider the Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 an upgrade, on par, or a downgrade from a 2012 Nexus 7? I'm asking this because my current Nexus 7 2012 32gb has become quite sluggish and stuttery over time, especially while gaming. Also, the battery life isn't what it used to be.
When it came to phones for 2011, the two hottest phones in terms of buzz had to be the Galaxy Nexus and the Galaxy Note. Interestingly enough, both phones are made by Samsung. The buzz for the Galaxy Nexus was surrounded around Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich whereas the Galaxy Note was all about it’s mammoth 5.3-inch display and stylus, dubbed the S Pen.