It seems that when people compare the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 to other smartphones it mostly includes those that are much smaller, which the iPhone 5 has been one such smartphone thanks to its popularity, although in fairness the Galaxy Note 2 aims at a totally different user. Foremost it seems the 5.5-inch display is a good reason to want this handset that wants the best of both worlds from smartphones and tablets, but there’s much more than a screen when it comes to the reasons why people choose the Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
Earlier today we looked at how the DROID DNA missed out on the kind of battery life you’d find on the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, which had been due to the lesser size, but real world tests in a recent review had been denied by DNA owners that state they find the battery life enough to get them through the day. We’ve also seen the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 compared to the Droid Razr Maxx HD, which seems to be the one to beat when it comes to juice, although we’re sure most Galaxy Note 2 owners would agree that the Samsung smartphone has excellent battery life as well.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is more than a big face – we love the 5.5-inch display but there’s a lot more to this smartphone than a pretty face, and the specs behind that screen deliver exactly what the user needs. PR readers have pointed out that it is the whole package, which includes a 1.6GHz quad core processor, LTE/4G, 2GB of RAM, SD card support, pop up browser, S Pen, Air View, and a lot more. If you already own a 7-inch tablet and plan on keeping it, then you might also want to consider Samsung’s S3 rather than the Galaxy Note 2.
What attracts you to the Samsung Galaxy Note 2? We’d love to know why you like the Galaxy Note 2 over other smartphones, and if you own it what attracted you in the first place? The RAZR Maxx might have better battery life but some people hate the square corners found on Motorola smartphones, and also we’ve heard a few of our readers talk about the extremely slow Android updates as well.
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