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My first smartphone was the iphone 4s and I absolutely loved that phone. However, switching to the Galaxy Note 2 has been life changing! When I purchase a phone I look for a device that will be almost like a mobile PC, or a tablet all in one. Think of "Ziggy" from the old TV series Quantum Leap, wh…Read More »
This phone can do everything a tablet and phone can do! The video quality is astounding! It's speeds are unparalleled being a quad-core. Other people with my service and different phones can not signal in the facility, but I CAN! The S voice is quite a useful feature, she even tells you she loves yo…Read More »
As a long time user of small screened phones by one of the other most popular phone manufacturers in the world, I never saw the need for a large screen on the phone and thought that the Note 2 would be way too big and overblown to carry easily as a portable device. When the newest device by the othe…Read More »
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