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    Best phones I've had in 18 years of owning a cell phone ...................
    1994 Motorola MicroTAC First "compact" cell phone, ever. My first cell phone, ever.
    2007 HTC Advantage First phone with a 5" screen, ever. Had a stylus, too.
    2012 Samsung Note Brilliant 5.3" screen. Useable form factor. Decent UI. Stylus. Best phone, ever.

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4 To the OP - no concern is invalid. These forums exist to handle questions and problems, you have a concern. Yes something is a memory hog out of the box. No, Android isn't perfect - you are right. Could you have said something other than "Andr...
4 I thought we could list useful apps we've installed, and a quick summary of why. While browsing the Market I see a lot of comments "doesn't work with X", so I figured since we are blazing a new trail with our Notes we can save each other some agg...
3 All phones can do wireless charing. They do it all the time (charing = to do work). Then there is wireless charring, which can be accomplished with any lighter or blowtorch. As for wireless charging, I haven't seen it yet for the Note. :D
3 Problem: For most of us, the big, bright screen eats up most of our battery power. One advantage of LED screens is the darker you make them (including using dark backgrounds), the fewer milliamps they use. So you could turn off auto-brightness ...
2 You can also try using Screen Filter, add it as a Widget set to 75% for normal use, then another Widget set to 25-30% for night time use. One press on either Widget will turn it off, I only have to do this in full sun.