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Which AT&T phone is good, Samsung Galaxy note LTE i717 Vs Iphone 4S?

Posted in: AT&T Cell phone Reviews,AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note i717 inforMarch 19, 2012
Which AT&T phone is good, Samsung Galaxy note LTE i717 Vs Iphone 4S?

Which AT&T phone is good, Samsung Galaxy note LTE i717 Vs Iphone 4S?

Since the Samsung Galaxy note LTE i717 arrived at AT&T ,  it has maken a choose difficultity. Then which phone is good, the Samsung Galaxy note  Vs Iphone 4S? Folowing is some reviews of my self, not comprehensive, don’t take a brick to hit me.

Samsung Galaxy NOTE  has a super large screen and a pen, therefore it feels very cool to read and browse web and play game on the galaxy note. But relatively speaking, it all depends on your own subjective feelings, after all, some people think the att galaxy note is too big, you can go to the store to make an entities feel. Secondly, the galaxy  NOTE‘s battery life is powerful. Also the camera is good, although it is slightly inferior to iphone 4S. The Samsung galaxy note’s Hardware is just so. The other aspect is the difference of the phone‘s system itself, we all know that now Andrews OS is quite stable, its preinstalled software and games is not more than Apple’s, but it is sufficient.

AT&T 4G smartphones – Samsung Galaxy note LTE i717  and Iphone 4S pics:

As for the Iphone 4S, its camera has an advantage, smooth system, but Apple’s synchronization is too much trouble, you have to put  something and installed software to in your phone through the synchronization of ITUNS. The IOS is not convenient compared to the Andrews system. Especially,  some software for ios is charged, and it is   too much trouble be jailbreaked.
Personally, Samsung galaxy note is suitalble for  a men,   good screen color, it is domineering to be holed。 Iphone 4s is jsut for female.


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1 Comment

  • Was this written by a large person? The spelling and grammar in this makes it inpossible to read and accept as a “real” review by a person….

    Comment by Robert — March 22, 2012

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