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The foremost significance of the Note is its size: 5.3″, compared to 3.5″ of iPhone
iPhone 4 vs. Samsung Galaxy Note vs. iPad 2. Image Source
- Perfect solution for me: ONE gadget that works as both a phone and a tablet which CAN fit in my pants’ and jeans’ pockets
- The large screen minimizes mistyping for my thumbs. I always messed up with iPhone and similar-sized screens. The minimum I’m comfortable with is landscape Samsung Galaxy S II. It took Apple’s competitors 4 years to make decent pure touch-screen phones.
Samsung Galaxy Note vs. Samsung Galaxy S II
- The virtual keyboard of Galaxy series is better than that of HTC Sensation, I feel like the animation of Sensation bounds back at my finger too hard
- The touch screen is not as responsive as that of HTC, but is still good
- The Super AMOLED screen is terrific
- Most of the time I don’t need to zoom in while surfing
- I feel like the browser is not as good as Safari. However, Adobe Flash is a plus.
- I can slip the tablet into my pocket without a bulge. In fact, because the tablet is thin, it lies neatly along the pocket compared to thicker models like Blackberry Torch 9810
- The stylus is think enough, and control feels just right
- Battery lasts for a whole work day which is beyond my expectation
- The design is sleek and on par with that of iPhone 4S
- More customization compared to iPhone 4S
- Memory: even with devices of 16Gb, Android 2.3 still partitions 2Gb for system memory. At least 500Mb is occupied by the operating system. 2Gb system memory is not enough for applications.
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