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ladodgermaniac's review of the Samsung Galaxy Note II (Verizon)

original version, submitted Nov 30, 2012, 12:50 PM:

amazingly perfect

Went from palm treo to motorola droid to droid x to droind bionic. And now to the grand daddy of them all.

No need for tablet any longer, the 5.5" screen is perfectly sized to be my 1 device.
One hand operation is still easy.

Fits into pockets and is lighter than the bionic with extended life battery.

The larger screen enables letters and numbers simultaneously on the keyboard.

The battery life got me through a whole day without charging, heavy use too.

Lighning face internet side by side with bionic.

I have not found any bugs yet.

Instant data and wifi connect.

Man sized phone might not fit into ladies pockets or dudes that wear skinny jeans.

edited May 3, 2013, 3:32 PM to the current version:

amazingly perfect

Went from palm treo to motorola droid to droid x to droind bionic. And now to the grand daddy of them all.

No need for tablet any longer, the 5.5" screen is perfectly sized to be my 1 device.
One hand operation is still easy.

Fits into pockets and is lighter than the bionic with extended life battery.

The larger screen enables letters and numbers simultaneously on the keyboard.

The battery life got me through a whole day without charging, heavy use too.

Lighning face internet side by side with bionic.

I have not found any bugs yet.

Instant data and wifi connect.

Man sized phone might not fit into ladies pockets or dudes that wear skinny jeans.

 

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