Verizon debacle? Not sure what you mean? The unlimited data fiasco?Note series are the best IMO of all the Samsung phones ..I preordered the N4 but I'm having second thoughts as I would like to have a Nexus again ..so I can rid myself of the last Verizon debacle...
Verizon debacle? Not sure what you mean? The unlimited data fiasco?
Because, having owned a Galaxy Nexus, I'll be the first to tell you that, even though the nexus program means quicker and guaranteed updates, vzw takes its sweet time releasing the same updates that other carriers send out slow themselves...
Exactly. I'd be more apt to wait for my first phablet if I knew the update schedule wouldn't be as crappy as the galaxy nexus. As it stands, we're already seeing leaks of android L on the s5 and that and the note 4 are slated to receive the update, so I'll be running it with touchwiz, which has actually grown on my with the s 4. Are there a lot of options that I turned off when I first go it and still don't use? Yes. Are there widgets in my app drawer that I tried for a few minutes and never put on my homescreen again? Of course, but the little things that I do use from it are nice and with the specs of the note, they won't be hurting anything, even when it comes to storage space.Yeah, IMO people don't really use "fast OS updates" as their main reason to purchase a Nexus over a comparable flagship device the way they once did.
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Hmm. Maybe I spoke too soon? Have to do more investigation. Still if the Nexus is as big as the note then maybe I'll have to settle for the Turbo. Our maybe I'll get both and tether the Turbo off the Nexus?Isn't the nexus a 5.9" screen? Is the phone itself a little smaller despite a slightly larger screen?
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I still have my note 2, that I keep in airplane mode, that I use for taking notes. It is basically an electronic note pad.Note 4. I've never owned a Nexus device. The draw for me to the Note 4 over the Shamu is the stylus. Most people won't use the stylus after a week of owning it, but it has become invaluable to me in my work.
I've only ever owned one Motorola device and that is the Xoom. It is now in my mom's possession and it just keeps on ticking.