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    Delete the middle pic NOW! :-(
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  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Cooper View Post
    Phablet, I am told.
    Indeed, that seems to be the fashionable term.

    Tim
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  3. #13
    Oh yes, I just remembered another thing I did the other day with the Note 2: scanned some documents, converted them to PDF and emailed them. Easy peasy.

    Tim
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  4. #14
    Tim, dont you find the Samsung Note a little chunky to carry around ?
    I love Samsung and have the SII, but I would have thought the Note is a little on the big side as a day to day cell.
    Disclaimer: I havent actually measure or weighed them to compare, its just a perception.
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  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by ShaughnK View Post
    Tim, dont you find the Samsung Note a little chunky to carry around ?
    Not at all. It's so slim that it disappears into my jeans side pocket just like any other phone.

    If I put it into a shirt pocket then, yes, it's too big but otherwise it's fine. I haven't had any problems with the size.

    What I have noticed though is how tiny my other phones suddenly seem whenever I use one of them.

    Tim
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    and a Wingdings between the sheets.

  6. #16
    If were getting a new phone round about now, it would be the Note2. As it is, I will wait for whatever is available in about a year's time. Could be interesting.

    I have had a Galaxy 2 for much of this year, and have been very impressed, apart from the battery life. We successfully convinced my younger son to give up his Blackboerie and dreams of the iPhone for a Galaxy 3, a few days ago. He is very chuffed.
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  7. #17
    I've had the Galaxy Note (previous version) since May and must confess it is the best phone I've ever had. Especially with all the free Apps on it.

    Downloaded over 400 free Kindle books, photies, music etc.

    I've also used it to copy projected 8mm & 16mm movies flicker free! Couldn't achieve that with a multitude of video cameras including my new Nikon Coolpix P510 in video mode!
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  8. #18
    How would you transfer the data from an iPhone to a Samsung?
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    As always, Google is your friend. Searching for "transfer data from iphone to samsung note 2" yields several results; have you tried them?
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  10. #20
    Hi Andries,

    Didn't think of Google on this occasion.
    I do not have a Samsung, I have been contemplating a change from my iPhone to something.
    Victor

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