Samsung Galaxy Note Review - Page 5
Roaming around on the phone on the network even though I don't live in a 4G area I didn't see the network dropping out of apps that utilize the network like SiriusXM or Tunein Radio. Rarely if ever had a drop out on the network. The Note was always able to maintain a strong signal.
Yes the Note is big but not TOO big. If you have small hands you will find it a bit cumbersome at times, but you shouldn't write it off completely. You will get used to the size after a few hours of handling this device. Plus the downside is once you get used to it, you won't want to go back. It is very easy to say this about the Galaxy Note this device is the new standard of which all other smartphones should strive to be. Everything about this phone is simply spectacular.
The price point on this device is $300 on a new two-year AT&T contract and that isn't such a hard hit to take when you see people dropping that much on an iPhone. I will say this I have T-Mobile and with this device I seriously consider jumping over to AT&T to snatch up this phone.
With that it is time (not sure we really have to on this one but tradition dictates) that we go to the Kyle Scientific Scale-o-Rama and give this a rating of Skip It, Flip It or Buy It.
After much debating and gnashing of teeth we will give this Samsung Galaxy Note a very solid and whole hearted BUY IT.
In the scope of giant phones like the Droid RAZR or any phone for that matter this Samsung Galaxy Note (Tabphone) is the standard bearer for all phones in any market.