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OPO vs. Note 3

  1. vivekanandadandu
    Cupcake Aug 18, 2014


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  2. Traverse6
    Jelly Bean Aug 18, 2014

    Traverse6 , Aug 18, 2014 :
    Am just responding to your accusation that am not providing accurate info. :)
     

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  3. Iseek1
    KitKat Aug 18, 2014

    Iseek1 , Aug 18, 2014 :
    Those apps can easily be removed.
     

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  4. Deactivated User
    Aug 18, 2014


    #44
  5. BillMurrayz
    Ice Cream Sandwich Aug 18, 2014

    BillMurrayz , Aug 18, 2014 :
    It's all about whether or not you can live with TouchWiz. That is going to be the biggest difference in the phones. By the time September comes around I'm sure you will be able to get a OPO pretty easily. Many blessings...
     

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  6. Iseek1
    KitKat Aug 18, 2014

    Iseek1 , Aug 18, 2014 :
    Was not accusing you of not providing accurate info, was just pointing out that your inference was that the two were far apart spec wise, which as you know they are not, that was all.
     

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  7. Iseek1
    KitKat Aug 18, 2014

    Iseek1 , Aug 18, 2014 :
    Yes, the S Pen will still work, there are specific apps that allow you to keep most if not all of the S Pen functionality with CM and yes there is always the chance to brick any phone you root and try to install a custom ROM on.
     

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  8. Deactivated User
    Aug 18, 2014


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  9. dreamtheater39
    Gingerbread Aug 18, 2014

    dreamtheater39 , Aug 18, 2014 :
    Its also the inefficient horrid drivers that cannot be removed. The issue with Samsung is - they don't provide software updates - and you can't move to another OS like CM for instance - due to driver incompatibility (which turns into instability and crashes).
     

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  10. donalgodon
    Ice Cream Sandwich Aug 18, 2014

    donalgodon , Aug 18, 2014 :
    I mostly agree, but I don't consider the physical dimensions to be a matter of personal preference. Whether one likes the size is a matter of personal preference, however, but their size is extremely close to one another, down to just a mm or two, so it's nothing drastic, and the 5.7" screen is actually pretty well placed.

    I think OP did a pretty good job, but the capacitive buttons take up too much space on the front overall, and I do use them and prefer them to onscreen buttons.

    I use a LOT of media and documents, but I agree that for most people (even me, most days) 64GB is plenty.

    I have 32+64GB in my Note, and I don't use all of it either, most of the time.
     

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  11. PhonnyTech
    Gingerbread Aug 18, 2014


    #51
  12. Traverse6
    Jelly Bean Aug 18, 2014

    Traverse6 , Aug 18, 2014 :
    Well, those are all things that can be addressed on OnePlus Two. They could also make the capacitive buttons brighter still.
     

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  13. AlexNJ
    Froyo Aug 18, 2014

    AlexNJ , Aug 18, 2014 :
    Thanks! I guess I can leave with TouchWiz; S-pen, removable battery, and SD card seem to be a big plus of the Note. And no waiting/begging for the invite...
     

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  14. Iseek1
    KitKat Aug 18, 2014

    Iseek1 , Aug 18, 2014 :
    Well, you certainly had us going there, didn't you.....
     

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  15. bdeol69
    Eclair Aug 18, 2014

    bdeol69 , Aug 18, 2014 :
    I would most likely go with the opo due to being a early adopter of the newest tech.
     

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  16. jshjx
    Jelly Bean Aug 18, 2014


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  17. toleo01
    Ice Cream Sandwich Aug 18, 2014


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  18. Chucksaddict
    Honeycomb Aug 18, 2014


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  19. Jcoboy
    Honeycomb Aug 18, 2014

    Jcoboy , Aug 18, 2014 :
    Probably not , and Bricking is always a risk.
     

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  20. AlexNJ
    Froyo Aug 18, 2014

    AlexNJ , Aug 18, 2014 :
    How long does the OPO battery last on a regular business use? (I don't watch movies on the phone)
     

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