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Promethean Forerunner

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Galaxy is the way to go.

I like Galaxy's however they have the exact same hardware as a Note. Note's have much larger screens/stylus --- and the Note has a multi processing engine like no other phone. The ability to watch a youtube video and txt/surf the web/browse pictures etc. is amazing. For those that want info on thw note just look up the reviews on youtube. I am a pretty hard core techie and as a former Iphone user Samsung is on another level. This is just my opinion.

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How would you rate the Note's ease of use?

What about apps on iPhone I'm addicted to?

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How would you rate the Note's ease of use?

What about apps on iPhone I'm addicted to?

 

If you can get a good deal on the Note 2, jump on it. There isn't another phone on the market right now like it. Many Iphone homers who experienced the Note 2 say they would not go back to Apple after having it.

 

I would get one myself but I'm not looking to sign another 2 year contract, with Sprint atleast.

 

Oh and I second everything above stated about HTC. Horrible battery life and general charging issues.

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When t-mobile gets the iPhone I'm switching to that from the Galaxy SII. Apple technology/convenience has my balls in a vice grip

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HTC One. 

 

Just bought it unlocked and brought it to T-Mobile.

 

Best phone I've ever owned.

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Tell me that's not the most gorgeous phone on the market.

 

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I'm still rocking the 4s and an iPad mini and an iMac. PC's are dead to me and anything else that isn't Mac related. The only thing I regret about leaving my droid in the dumpster is not doing it sooner.

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