Written by: Mike Bantick | Published in: EntertainmentAssassin’s Creed III takes to the high seas, nope it is not navel gazing, it is naval blazing as the action moves to the water in this latest trailer.
I owned this phone since 20 July of 2012 and joined XDA in september. More than 3 Years in the community. The Galaxy Note GT-N7000 was my first Android phone. The first time I saw it was in 2011 in a billboard here in Buenos Aires, for that moment the phone was incredibly huge (and even bigger in that billboard) and I loved it. But it was really expensive and I could not afford it.
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In the smash-hit movie Roaring Currents, Korea’s naval hero Admiral Yi-Sun Sin defends Korea from an invading Japanese imperial navy, single-handedly using his ship to hold off their advance in a treacherous current that today is considered one of the great naval battles of all time. Read More
The point of this post is asking for help not to start a war of which is better. Please understand this and don't start a fanboy measuring contest over my post. I have an Android so I have joined the family. Welcome me in and make me feel at home!!
Ok so here is the story. Last week I got laid off from work (sucks ass) but when I did I had to return my company iPhone and iPad.
I've been an iPhone user for the past four years but after the disappoint l felt with the 5 I made the switch to Android. I have a Note 2 on AT&T. So far I've found the OS to be much more powerful than iOS. Still taking some getting used to! I joined the forums to learn from all you experienced users.
My brother and I are starting a prank youtube channel. We'd like to use my Samsung Galaxy Note 2 to film (hiding it in a backpack with small hole cut into it). Then we just need a small handheld portable monitor to be able to see what the Note 2 is filming.