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Anyone got the new Samsung Galaxy Note II
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Posted 08 December 2012 - 06:22 AM
I am after a new phone. I was umming and ahhing between the iPhone 5 and the Samsung Galaxy sIII then I noticed the Galaxy Note II. I really like it but wondered if it's size as a phone is too big. I am a big user of calendars in phones and loved the note function this one has. But it just looks quite comical when someone holds it up to their ear lol. So someone please sell me this phone because I love it but the size scares me.
Posted 08 December 2012 - 07:04 AM
I have the SIII and I love it. I thought that its size would be too big but it isn't. I guess it depends how mnay calls you will make and if you will feel silly using something so big?
If you spend more time using it as a 'computer' I say go for it!
Posted 08 December 2012 - 09:10 AM
Thanks Luey I think the Galaxy Note II is actually bigger than the Galaxy SIII so that is why I was asking about it. I am still hoping to hear from someone who has the Galaxy Note II so if anyone can help I would appreciate it.
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