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Hands On: Samsung Galaxy Note for AT&T

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Jan 9, 2012, 5:11 PM
The Note makes a great first impression on impulse-buyers -- which will account for most of it's sales. Purchasers will find themselves constantly defending the device when others point out the impracticality of it as a daily-driver. A few will love it, however, most will regret their purchase within a few months.

Coming to Craigslist ads and Ebay auctions soon 🙄

Jan 9, 2012, 5:22 PM
this "phone" is for those who don't really use the phone much... I CANT WAIT MUST HAVE NOW BUT I AM TO CHEAP TO PAY FULL PRICE FOR INTL UNLOCKED VERSION!!!!!!!!

Jan 12, 2012, 8:06 PM
it depends on your lifestyle. some people call for a device such as this one. personally i use bluetooth 99 percent of the time so the phone being tucked away in my edc bag or jacket pocket will not get in my way. my gsII felt big at first. now it's just as manageable as my old aria. which was tiny.

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