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Galaxy Note LTE i717 (At&t) is *NOT* the Galaxy Note N7000

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13th January 2012, 12:02 PM   |  #1  
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From the Moderators --- We are working on creating a section dedicated for the NOTE LTE Version please be patient we hear you........


The "Samsung Galaxy Note",
that some call "Galaxy Note International",
is the "Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000".

Samsung SGH-i717 Galaxy Note LTE (At&t) is *NOT* a version of the Galaxy Note N7000.

The Galaxy Note LTE i717 is the US version of the "Galaxy Note LTE SHV-E160(S)"

The Galaxy Note LTE i717 is a *different product* with:
- different hardware,
- different speed,
- different CPU,
- different GPU,
- different kernel,
- different benchmark results,
- different weight (182 gramms)
- with LTE 700

To make this even more clear:
Samsung firmware for the N7000 will NOT work on the i717
Cyanogenmod for N7000 will NOT work on i717
EVERYTHING that is made to work specifically on the N7000 will NOT work on the i717

It is like the Galaxy SII i9100 (Exynos) and the Galaxy SII Skyrocket i727 (Snapdragon S3). Also they are not the same device.
The Galaxy Note LTE i717 and the Galaxy SII Skyrocket i727 are in the same family (both with a Snapdragon S3).


Galaxy Note N7000 (Exynos - 800x1280 - 1.024.000 pixels):
GLBenchmark 2.1 Egypt High : 2827 Frames (25.0 Fps)
GLBenchmark 2.1 Egypt Standard : 3012 Frames (26.7 Fps)

Galaxy Note LTE (Snapdragon S3 - 800x1280 - 1.024.000 pixels):
GLBenchmark 2.1 Egypt High : 1014 Frames (9.0 Fps)
GLBenchmark 2.1 Egypt Standard : 2425 Frames (21.5 Fps)

Galaxy S II I9100 (Exynos - 480x800 - 384.000 pixels):
GLBenchmark 2.1 Egypt High : 5727 Frames (50.7 Fps)
GLBenchmark 2.1 Egypt Standard : 6283 Frames (55.6 Fps)
GLBenchmark 2.1 Pro High : 2908 Frames (58.2 Fps)

Galaxy S II LTE (Snapdragon S3 - 480x800 - 384.000 pixels)):
GLBenchmark 2.1 Egypt High : 2292 Frames (20.3 Fps)
GLBenchmark 2.1 Egypt Standard : 4375 Frames (38.7 Fps)
GLBenchmark 2.1 Pro High : 2067 Frames (41.3 Fps)


Here a clear comparison:
http://pdadb.net/index.php?m=pdacomp...=3212&id4=3290

Here a benchmark comparison:
http://www.glbenchmark.com/compare.j...ung%20SGH-I717

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13th January 2012, 12:29 PM   |  #2  
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Im guessing you are demanding for new forum on LTE version??

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Im guessing you are demanding for new forum on LTE version??

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I'm pretty sure he is trying to quell the coming onslaught of questions regarding the ATT GNote, soon to be released in the United States from occuring in this section or in the International GNote section.

I can almost guarantee that some non readers will go ahead and ask a dozen questions as to compatibility of roms/kernels/mods/themes/everything.

Having this thread (Which SHOULD get a sticky) allows us as fellow members to flame/troll/ignore/laugh at anyone who ask questions or screws up their phone by flashing something on an incorrect device
13th January 2012, 04:20 PM   |  #4  
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Thanks for the heads up. As soon as At&t release the phone i'll be jumping all over this thread.

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Originally Posted by legion1911

The "Samsung Galaxy Note",
that some call "Galaxy Note International",
is the "Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000ZBA".
All our official Samsung roms have "GT-N7000ZBA" at the beginning of their name.

Samsung SGH-i717 Galaxy Note LTE (At&t) is *NOT* a version of the Galaxy Note N7000.

The Galaxy Note LTE i717 is the US version of the "Galaxy Note LTE SHV-E160(S)"

The Galaxy Note LTE i717 is a *different product* with:
- different hardware,
- different speed,
- different CPU,
- different GPU,
- different kernel,
- different benchmark results,
- different weight (182 gramms)
- with LTE 700

The Galaxy Note LTE i717 will probably get its own XDA forum (it is a different Smartphone).

To make this even more clear:
Samsung firmware for the N7000ZBA will NOT work on the i717
Cyanogenmod for N7000ZBA will NOT work on i717
EVERYTHING that is made to work specifically on the N7000ZBA will NOT work on the i717

It is like the i9100 and the i727 Skyrocket. Also they are not the same device.
The Galaxy Note LTE i717 and the i727 Skyrocket are in the same family (notice the similar name?).

Here a clear comparison:
http://pdadb.net/index.php?m=pdacomp...=3212&id4=3290

Here a benchmark comparison:
http://www.glbenchmark.com/compare.j...ung%20SGH-I717

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13th January 2012, 05:01 PM   |  #5  
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Now I'm really wondering what version I should get. I'm worried about the warranty, or lack of, for the international version, but I'm also worried about the major differences between the International version and the AT&T version, as well as what LTE will do to battery life...

---------- Post added at 09:01 AM ---------- Previous post was at 08:58 AM ----------

Although, looking at how much International prices have skyrocketed, I'm not so sure about that version....
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Originally Posted by stefan.buddle

Having this thread (Which SHOULD get a sticky) allows us as fellow members to flame/troll/ignore/laugh at anyone who ask questions or screws up their phone by flashing something on an incorrect device

A sticky isn't license to be a jerk.
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Even with the warnings, I bet it isn't 24 hours after the at&t version is
released, that there will be threads about "I just installed xxx rom from THIS
forum on my new at&t note and all it does is stick at the boot screen".

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Originally Posted by p51d007

Even with the warnings, I bet it isn't 24 hours after the at&t version is
released, that there will be threads about "I just installed xxx rom from THIS
forum on my new at&t note and all it does is stick at the boot screen".

Betcha 5 bucks

Good news is, Odin won't let you install Exynos or Tegra ROMs on a Snapdragon device.

We shouldn't have to worry about that sort of thing until a working insecure recovery (CWM) is made for the 717.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by legion1911


The Galaxy Note LTE i717 is a *different product* with:
- different hardware,
- different speed,
- different CPU,
- different GPU,
- different kernel,
- different benchmark results,
- different weight (182 gramms)
- with LTE 700

The Galaxy Note LTE i717 will probably get its own XDA forum (it is a different Smartphone).

To make this even more clear:
Samsung firmware for the N7000ZBA will NOT work on the i717
Cyanogenmod for N7000ZBA will NOT work on i717
EVERYTHING that is made to work specifically on the N7000ZBA will NOT work on the i717

It is like the i9100 and the i727 Skyrocket. Also they are not the same device.
The Galaxy Note LTE i717 and the i727 Skyrocket are in the same family (notice the similar name?).

Here a clear comparison:
http://pdadb.net/index.php?m=pdacomp...=3212&id4=3290

You're telling us its different, when the site you linked the comparison tells us that they both use qualcomm. Only thing I noticed while skimming is the LTE bands are different

Edit: didn't see the 4th device lol

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