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General New G.Note -- hrmph

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by TheGeek, May 3, 2012.

  1. TheGeek

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    So, I'm moving to Philadelphia and I had this great idea--

    Let's switch to Verizon, pick up a Nexus, and have good 4G LTE there.

    That lasted about 22 hours. I took my Nexus back and went back to AT&T and got another G.Note.

    I sold my old Note for $500, had to pay difference for full price.

    Get home and so far one thing I've noticed. This phone has a HUGE problem with the clipping issue. My black graded wallpapers are 20x worse than my other phone LOL.

    Damn am I glad to be on a Note again. Phones are SO TINY after having the Note since launch.
     

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    Can't wait for T-Mo to get theirs
     
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    I'm hoping Verizon gets the Note.

    The only issue I have right now is Verizon has a HUGE presence on the eastern seaboard. Philadelphia is fully covered in 4G LTE whereas AT&T only has 4G.

    I don't move there until May 21st, but even when I was down there for my interview my Note was sailing at 4G. Not a big stopper, but eventually I would like 4G LTE out there.
     
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    I live in Philly area (South Jersey) and have heard that LTE rollout to this area is slated for Q4 this year.

    -Ryan
     

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