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T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note

alaTest has collected and analyzed 55 reviews of T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note. The average rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Cell phones for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the design and usability. The performance and screen also get good feedback. Many are less positive about the price. Comments are divided on the size.

portability, screen, performance, usability, design

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cell phones the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by: Ilse Jurriën (letsgodigital.org)

Samsung officially releases Galaxy Note Fan Edition

 

Galaxy Note 7 becomes Galaxy Note FE : It has been known for some time that Samsung will re-launch its refurbished Galaxy Note 7. After the battery problems last year, the smartphone has been revised and renamed Samsung Galaxy Note Fan Edition (Galaxy...

The Galaxy Note Fan Edition is the result of an environmentally friendly project for which as many as possible recycled components of the Galaxy Note 7 were used. Samsung intends to sell 400,000 copies in South Korea. A small number, when you consider...

Jul, 2017

Expert review by: Mike Joubert (techsmart.co.za)

Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000

 

Is it a smartphone or a tablet? The hybrid Samsung Galaxy Note tends to evoke this and a number of questions when placed on the table. We answer ten of the Note's most Frequently Asked Questions.

Very lovely screen, powerful performance, excellent camera and video, less obtrusive than we thought

Definitely expensive, typing a pain, more than a smartphone but not quite a 10

Dec, 2011

Expert review by: Julian Prokaza (itpro.co.uk)

Samsung Galaxy Note review

 

Is it a very big phone or a very small tablet? Julian Prokaza takes a look at the unusual Galaxy Note in our review.

Samsung may think it bridges the gap between two different mobile devices, but the Galaxy Note GT-N7000 ends up being neither one thing nor the other as a result. The big screen certainly looks great, but the overall size makes it awkward to use and...

Dec, 2011

Expert review by: Simon Thomas (3g.co.uk)

Samsung Galaxy Note Review

 

The Samsung Galaxy Note is a fantastic device that offers a host of features and great power, although it will be too large for some people

: Powerful; massive display; great drawing facilities

: Both the size and price will be too big for some

If you fancy some of the features of a tablet (such as a big screen for movie viewing and net surfing) but want something more portable, the Samsung Galaxy Note is a great choice. And anyone who likes taking handwritten notes, or drawing and doodling...

Nov, 2011

Expert review by: Paul Briden (knowyourmobile.com)

Samsung Galaxy Note review: first look

 

Samsung is launching the Galaxy Note this November, a new 5.3-inch device which the Korean manufacturer claims is the optimum halfway point between a and tablet.

Expert review by: Eugene Kim (pcmag.com)

Samsung Galaxy NotePRO

 

The Samsung Galaxy NotePRO Android tablet mates a giant screen with an equally giant price, but if productivity is a top priority, you're better off with a Windows alternative.

Giant display. Excellent multitasking and productivity features. Stylus support.

Giant price. Awkwardly large.

Multimedia and Conclusions Of the 32GB of built-in storage, about 24GB is available to users out of the box, and our 64GB microSD card worked fine for expanding that memory further. And when you're not busy working, you'll want to load this beast up...

Feb, 2014

Expert review by: Anand Lal Shimpi (anandtech.com)

Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 Review

 

For the past couple of years Samsung, and many other Google partners, have been on the hunt to improve productivity on Android - particularly on tablets. We've seen hardware solutions (ASUS' Transformer line) as well as software solutions (Samsung's...

What could turn the Note 8.0 from a solid niche contender to a formidable competitor is rather simple. With a higher resolution display (and accompanying tweaks to make TouchWiz a little more subtle in its screen presence) and a faster SoC, the Note...

Apr, 2013

Expert review by: (engadget.com)

Samsung Galaxy Note for T-Mobile review

 

While the Galaxy Note's specs no longer feel bleeding-edge, we've yet to see a pen-enabled phone as pleasant to use as this.

Beautiful displayExcellent cameraTop-notch S Pen productivity appsCohesive user interface

Performance is no longer cutting-edgeLacks notification light

We're more than a little disappointed that Samsung didn't take the opportunity to update the Galaxy Note with modern internals ahead of its debut on T-Mobile. What was once a premiere superphone is now beginning to show its age. As such, T-Mobile...

Jul, 2012

Expert review by: Chris Burns (slashgear.com)

T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note Review

 

This week we've got our hands on the Samsung Galaxy Note as carried by T-Mobile in the USA - and with it we've got another home-run for the unique device team. Samsung took the time to create something unique in the Galaxy Note when it was first...

This is your time, T-Mobile loyal fans, to finally attain the massive handheld device known as the Galaxy Note for your own. You’ve had the opportunity to pick up the international version for one gigantic wad of cash before, as it did (and does) work...

Jul, 2012

Expert review by: Sascha Segan (pcmag.com)

Samsung Galaxy Note (AT&T)

 

The Samsung Galaxy Note is an unfortunate tweener, satisfying neither phone nor tablet buyers.

Gorgeous screen. Slim. Pressure sensitive stylus for drawing.

Phone software doesn't take advantage of large screen. Impossible to use one-handed.

But for note-taking, a LiveScribe Echo pen ($99, 4 stars) with a paper notebook is far superior. You get the tactile response of physical paper with the filing ability of digital notes, along with synced audio notes. And for drawing, the Galaxy Note is...

Feb, 2012
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