Samsung Galaxy Note (T-Mobile)
T-Mobile's Samsung Galaxy Note is almost identical to the AT&T version . As a result, portions of this review come from the AT&T review. I assess differences in the OS, apps, call quality, and performance here.
Samsung Galaxy Note (carbon blue, AT&T)
If you ask me, Samsung began marketing its Samsung Galaxy Note for AT&T on the wrong foot. It was a smart move anticipating reactions to its oversize 5.3-inch screen when the unlocked version first launched in Europe, but the problem with claiming that...
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Consumer Ratings & Reviews
‘‘Durable & Intuitive’’
I've had this phone for a year now and I simply love it, but a recent experience will make me a lifetime Samsung & Note user. I forgot it on the roof of my SUV and as I hit highway speed I happened to...
Phreeload on 2013-06-17
‘‘ease of use’’
the phone is easy to use, especially if you have had android before. it almost thinks for you
walker197 on 2013-06-10
‘‘ADORE THIS PHONE!’’
LOVE LOVE LOVE it!!!! I never use my computer I do everything on my phone. Business deals, pictures, emails, signing contracts and forms. This is the complete package. I adore the phone and will only ...
NoteLover13 on 2013-05-29
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