How old is the Average Galaxy Note 2 User?General

What is the Average age group of a Galaxy Note 2 user?

  1. Age 18 and Under

    7 vote(s)
  2. Age 19 to 25

    30 vote(s)
  3. Age 26 to 35

    92 vote(s)
  4. Age 36 to 45

    87 vote(s)
  5. Age 46 to 55

    61 vote(s)
  6. Age 56 and Over

    53 vote(s)

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  1. evohicks

    evohicks Well-Known Member

    Same here. Never used one before tbh, usually keep it in a sock or camera case on the building site

  2. PappaDuck

    PappaDuck Member

    I haven't used one on my Note (1) and that has ended up in a little scratch in the middle of the screen. Not something you can see when using the phone normally and you can only feel it if you are scratching the screen with your nails.
    But if it's sunny you sometimes see how the light shines different on that spot and just knowing it is there annoys me.
    I think it came from a time at work where I had the phone facing the screen down on a shelf with some tiny wood splinters. And if that's the case maybe it was just pure bad luck...

    My hope is I don't need to wrap anything around that beautiful beast of a Note 2 (when I finally get it) but just can let it shine in all its glory:)
  3. Wangta

    Wangta Well-Known Member

    In the same boat - iPhone 4 user and can't wait to ditch it!
  4. serpa4

    serpa4 Well-Known Member

    Sure it's enough...right. Guess he hasn't been to the Gameloft website for those 500-1gb games, throw in 4-6 gb music, load 5 movies at 1-4gb each, etc. Ops, that is more than 16gb.
    At least the Note will take a 64gb memory card!!! That is why a phone without SD support is "almost" dead on arrival for me. I might consider a non-sd phone IF it had 64gb internal. I'd like more than what I currently have, about 40gb total, so 64 would probably work.
  5. wyndslash

    wyndslash Well-Known Member

    Yeah,I didn't try and argue with him anymore. Not worth it lol. Anyway I figured I would just have to organize things better
  6. serpa4

    serpa4 Well-Known Member

    Why do others, vendors, try to tell you what you need?
    I was at the State Fair yesterday and wandered by the Verizon booth. "ready for an update?" Sure, but I'm waiting on the Note 2. What do you need with a phone that big? What a waste. It won't fit in your pocket.
    Who the F is he to tell me what I want? Steve Jobs?
    For some reason, it really irked me. I, like a lot of others, do some research before making decisions. Ramble ramble ramble. irked!
  7. wyndslash

    wyndslash Well-Known Member

    That's very annoying indeed, ugh. How rude. You should change carriers lol
  8. SoulSmilen

    SoulSmilen Well-Known Member

    Steve Jobs! :rofl:

    They do it for an immediate sale!

    Still :rofl: BTW!
  9. BigCiX

    BigCiX Well-Known Member

    Not alot of 18 and under cause they are broke.
  10. SoulSmilen

    SoulSmilen Well-Known Member

    Another factor on that age group.. most are too busy doing kid things, social networks, sexting, etc., so we wont see many on the forums. I realize there are exceptions, but not many of the kids I knew from my 4 boys would go to a 'tech' site until and/or if they needed help.

    And.... as a mom, I would push for this phone with mine if they were still in high school, cuz they couldn't get away with using it in class is much. ;)

    I bet there will be more in that age group that get the phone than people think.
  11. evohicks

    evohicks Well-Known Member

    Same happened to me just before the Note 2 hit the stores, went into Carphone warehouse to see if it was in, the guy said, why would you want one of them when the iphone 5 is out, its a much better phone, then went through all the features of the iphone and when he finally finished, I said, so you don't have the Note 2 in then, bye ;)
  12. dan330

    dan330 Well-Known Member

    i hope you made him do this full sales pitch ... and a 10 min demo...
  13. Wangta

    Wangta Well-Known Member

  14. menmyjeep

    menmyjeep Well-Known Member

    I'm bumping this thread now that the Note 2 has been released/ pre-released in all carriers in the U.S. today. Maybe we will get some additional "pollers".
  15. steveo52

    steveo52 Active Member

    60 here and about to break my VZW contract with the iPhone 4s to get the note 2.
  16. PetiePal

    PetiePal Well-Known Member

    Makes sense the 29-35 we've all got disposable income and likely not kids yet ;P
  17. PappaDuck

    PappaDuck Member

    Well, I'm 29, a student and got a kid ;)
  18. clitrenta

    clitrenta Well-Known Member

    I'm wondering if your current profession plays a part in this. Demographics are always interesting.
  19. clitrenta

    clitrenta Well-Known Member

    Smart. Very smart. ;)
  20. clitrenta

    clitrenta Well-Known Member

    And even if we don't have the money now, we've been around long enough to figure out how to make it happen. I like to think of it as "creative financing". Not for amateurs - or kids. :D
  21. solongiphone

    solongiphone Member

    25 here!
  22. ScandaLeX

    ScandaLeX Wasn't Me

    Would current profession be a factor for iPhone users?
  23. SoulSmilen

    SoulSmilen Well-Known Member

    Profession, no. Stance, yes.
    95% have a stick up........

    Ok ok slapping my own hand, and please no offense to anyone. All in good fun; I just couldnt resist. :D
  24. PetiePal

    PetiePal Well-Known Member

    Best save that money, Christmas is coming up ;lP
  25. PetiePal

    PetiePal Well-Known Member

    For me age and profession have a lot to do with it at least. I'm 30, no kids, just a gf and no engagement in the short term, (we're only together 6ish months), and I got a new awesome paying job.

    It's a big step up for me into upper management so I need a device that lets me do more on the go :)

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