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Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Review Thread - All Reviews To be Posted Here

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16th February 2013, 02:14 PM |#121  
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Originally Posted by roymustafa

Hi everyone. Today bought Note 2 N7100. On the box is written Manufacture date: 2013.01. Does it mean build date is 2013? The firmware was 4.1.1.

Yes there would be 2 areas on the box label
The first one would state the date of manufacture and the other would tell you about the import date

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Originally Posted by rtsbala

Hi All

Anybody facing a overnight battery drain problem... i.e. the battery drains out fully in sleep mode during the night and when I see the phone in the morning, it's switched off.


Did anybody facing similar problem?? Is it hardware or software problem???

Please let me know, so that I can send it for service or ask for a replacement... it's less than a month old.


The battery shouldnt ideally drain out completely overnight

I've never experienced this , the maximum i've witnessed is around 7% overnight with wifi and auto sync on though ive seen a comparatively higher battery drain with blocking mode on

try wiping the cache in recovery or making a fresh install of the rom and see if this helps
19th February 2013, 08:07 PM |#122  
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Samsung Note 2 is the amazing smartphone with cool features in mobile world...
23rd February 2013, 02:20 PM |#123  
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Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is an awesome phablet which can make anythink you want. It has super large LCD, supported S-Pen and awesome performance with 1.6 Ghz Proccessor and 2 GB RAM.
27th February 2013, 01:50 AM |#124  
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27th February 2013, 05:14 AM |#125  
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Originally Posted by ivanebdesign

My next phone

now i am using note 1, waiting for note 3, hopefully samsung will improve more
27th February 2013, 07:45 PM |#126  
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Great Mobile
I got it from Saudi Arabia, works great

Battery lasts full day with lots of calls,

very responsive

28th February 2013, 05:50 AM |#127  
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A review that is not quite a review but more of a collection of thoughts on the daily usage of the Note 2. I too, like the reviewer, can say this is the best phone I have ever used and I completely agree with him when he says that anything smaller is not worth the trouble to carry around. I had the Galaxy S3, which was noticeably bigger than my HTC HD2 but not big enough to make that much of a difference, if you know what I mean. Added physical clutter without any real added benefit. That was the impression the jump from the HD2 to the S3 left me. When I bought the Note 2 I was afraid it would be too big and that I would regret carrying a phone this big around. Whatever inconvenience it causes me is well worth the trouble. After the Note 2 I can't see myself going back to anything smaller.
28th February 2013, 08:11 AM |#128  
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Thumbs up NOTE II
Awesome PHone
3rd March 2013, 01:56 PM |#129  
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and to think that I was afraid that it would be to big for me - but this delusion only lasted until I got it in my hands; now I cannot imagine using anything else
4th March 2013, 04:39 AM |#130  
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I like the size of the note
10th March 2013, 12:05 PM |#131  
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Re: Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Review Thread - All Reviews To be Posted Here
Iivc had it since yesterday, this beast called the N7l00. I've held off for a while because I was unsure if it would be too big for me but I'm glad I've got it now. It is certainly at the extreme limit of what is possible to use as a phone but the pen makes it worthwhile indeed. On top of the advantages of the pen, this is probably the only phone which does not require supplementation with a tablet of some description.

In fact, ridiculous as it sounds, I don't really think I need to carry a laptop out from the house anymore.

Sent from the mighty Note II.
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