samsung note

  rickf 14:16 PM 07 Apr 12
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Have an opportunity for a perfect condition one for £350. Good deal?

  morddwyd 21:01 PM 07 Apr 12

Yes.

  rickf 21:26 PM 07 Apr 12

I am very very tempted. Finding my HTC screen too small for my stubby fingers and ageing eyes.

  Forum Editor 00:08 AM 08 Apr 12

A good deal?

That depends on how you feel about its size. It will perform well, no doubt about that, but for me it's a little too large - I've seen it described as looking like 'a giant comedy phone'.

  sunnystaines 08:46 AM 08 Apr 12

ricf

i too find the htc keyboard too small for a mans fingers alright for the makers in taiwan they are all small people. Also find the screen for the internet a tad too small, having spent some time in store with a samsung note find the keyboard a more practical size and the screen excellent. i put the NOTE in various pockets and found the size ok and not clumsy at all.

ricf before buying, pop in a phone shop for a dabble.

  morddwyd 09:15 AM 08 Apr 12

'a giant comedy phone'.

Or a small comedy tablet!

  rickf 17:43 PM 09 Apr 12

Bought it!! Ha, ha!! Can't wait till WEd when it arrives. No longer have to squint my eyes to read messages or websites.

  morddwyd 20:08 PM 09 Apr 12

rickf

Had you mentioned eyesight in the firstplace I would have been more forthcoming with my "Yes".

That's the main reason I bought mine, and with pinch zoom as well as the bigger screen I can actually read it without my glasses!

Enjoy.

  sunnystaines 09:19 AM 11 Apr 12

with the samsung note a double tap on the screen also enlarges it. we were shown this in the store seemed easier than the pinch option.

  rickf 22:32 PM 11 Apr 12

I am thrilled with my phone. Still learning and getting use to it. The amoled screen is something else!!!

  rockets 08:44 AM 23 Apr 12

Good deal but I will not purchase that.I don't like samsung.

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