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...
alaTest has collected and analyzed 4945 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviews about the battery and size are overall positive. The design and responsiveness also get good views. Comments are divided on the social networking functionality, and...
Consumer Ratings & Reviews
‘‘Excellent piece of all-in-one device.’’
Very very handy. sometimes becomes a little slow and uses a lot of battery
Srini on 2014-03-08
‘‘Super valuable! Worth every penny!’’
When it comes to design, Samsung is always my favourite. Everything is sleek and creative, and just makes me smile. I got the Note over a year ago, and I absolutely love it. Every phone I've had befor...
acelong on 2013-12-12
‘‘The big screen is great for surfing the web.’’
I have owned and used this phone for two years now. I really like it, especially the big screen. I was thinking of getting a tablet and a new phone but when I tried this phone I realized I could have ...
kitzrr on 2013-12-12
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