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Note international way way Bette that Att note

3rd March 2012, 08:03 AM |#1  
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I'm getting a note from att .... and I'm looking on the reviews and seems like they all bitch on the att one .... so what I do ? Do I cancel my order and get the international seems like the international have better performance for everything ..... and what's the difference on the screen whit the 2 of them .....

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3rd March 2012, 08:05 AM |#2  
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This is my quadrant score on att phone with saurom rom. My clock is set to 1566 MHz. If I overclock my phone it will get over 4000 easily. This is just the beginning devs are hard at work. Its only been 2 weeks and we got a couple of great roms!



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3rd March 2012, 08:08 AM |#3  
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3rd March 2012, 08:15 AM |#4  
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The int note has a more powerful CPU but u probably won't notice it using some regular tasks. Screens should be the same I would think.



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3rd March 2012, 08:26 AM |#5  
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This is the fastest device Ive ever had my hands on. That includes ios devices and my T2 Transformer. Even with ICS the UI isnt as fast as my note (read: smoothness...the pages and apps may transition or load faster sometimes on my transformer, but it isnt as buttery). And while the international note may have a faster SoC, the ATT note hasnt stuttered a single time nor has it dropped the frame rate below 30 fps in any game. And Ive played some demanding titles. Ive played dead space, idatank, zombie wonderland, and a whole host of other games. Plus, your getting LTE in exchange. Would i have preferred an exynos based SoC? yea. But not in exchange for LTE.

The bottom line: the note is blazing fast now, and will only get faster when ICS comes out this month. The real world performance differences are negligible, and not even worth mentioning. And battery life (which is good with the screen power management enabled) i havent had a single problem with the phone.
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3rd March 2012, 10:31 AM |#6  
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It really all depends, do you care about 4G LTE Speeds or quadrant scores? The int version has the better processor but isn't compatible with LTE. IMO, After rooting and removing some of the bloatware on the AT&T note, it runs smooth like butter. But the int version has some great features that the AT&T version didn't come with. Those would be scrolling wallpaper, movie editor, and a few options in settings. Its hard to get the best of both worlds...

-On another NOTE, Samsung goes 5.3"
3rd March 2012, 03:49 PM |#7  
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It really all depends, do you care about 4G LTE Speeds or quadrant scores? The int version has the better processor but isn't compatible with LTE. IMO, After rooting and removing some of the bloatware on the AT&T note, it runs smooth like butter. But the int version has some great features that the AT&T version didn't come with. Those would be scrolling wallpaper, movie editor, and a few options in settings. Its hard to get the best of both worlds...

-On another NOTE, Samsung goes 5.3"

Of u install Saurom it has alot of the settings restored that the att version does not have.

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3rd March 2012, 06:15 PM |#8  
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Of u install Saurom it has alot of the settings restored that the att version does not have.

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Thanks for the info, i was really debating on what Rom to flash.

-On another NOTE, Samsung goes 5.3"
3rd March 2012, 08:57 PM |#9  
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So I be good whit my att note

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3rd March 2012, 08:57 PM |#10  
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This is the fastest device Ive ever had my hands on. That includes ios devices and my T2 Transformer. Even with ICS the UI isnt as fast as my note (read: smoothness...the pages and apps may transition or load faster sometimes on my transformer, but it isnt as buttery). And while the international note may have a faster SoC, the ATT note hasnt stuttered a single time nor has it dropped the frame rate below 30 fps in any game. And Ive played some demanding titles. Ive played dead space, idatank, zombie wonderland, and a whole host of other games. Plus, your getting LTE in exchange. Would i have preferred an exynos based SoC? yea. But not in exchange for LTE.

The bottom line: the note is blazing fast now, and will only get faster when ICS comes out this month. The real world performance differences are negligible, and not even worth mentioning. And battery life (which is good with the screen power management enabled) i havent had a single problem with the phone.

The international note won't even see ICS this month. Don't hold your breath for the ATT one to either

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