From my research, it looks like the international Galaxy Note II works on T-Mobile and AT&T's 3G networks, but not 4G. I'm having a hard time finding a definitive answer on this, so I'm just looking for some confirmation. I want to be able to switch the Note II from T-Mobile to AT&T if needed.
I am not a gdgt person but I want a phone which has a good camera 5+, voice activated for texts etc., hard wearing, I hear the HTC has an extra strong screen. Has GPS and is 4G. Do not want to spend more than $200. Where is the best place to buy from, Wirefly? I am with T-Mobile. Any suggestions on the which is the better phone? Totally confused and neither of these phones have been mentioned in reviews I have viewed either, yet Best Buy and T-Mobile recommend them. Thanks
Device: GSM Galaxy Nexus on T-Mobile
My GN is recording the wrong time on the photos I take. A photo that I took at around 7pm local time was recorded as being taken at 12:05am the next day. My phone is set to have it automatically set the time and the system clock shows the correct time.
If you've had this problem, do you know how to fix it?
I'm finally getting a smartphone and was thinking about getting an unlocked Nexus One or Nexus S and then purchasing a 500 Minute Value™ Bundle with Data (Unlimited Plus) plan for $50 a month from T-Mobile.
Does this sound like a good plan? I want to get a GSM phone and it seems like buying the phone I want unlocked and getting the plan separately is the cheaper way to go.
Thanks for any advice!
I commute up and back from SF daily on Caltrain. I currently have an AT&T phone that gets decent signal on the way up to work in the morning, but in the afternoon I'd be lucky to load a couple of web pages. I was wondering if anyone had any experience with other carriers? Ultimately I want to get a wifi device so that I can get my Xoom or laptop online for my commutes, I would prefer 4G speed, but being able to connect at all would be a requirement.
I am currently a disgruntled T-mobile customer that wants to keep his contract-free plan and GSM (Galaxy S; Vibrant) phone/ Tab. I can't go to AT&T because T-mo uses different bands and Verizon/ Sprint are completely out because their bands are incompatible. Is there any Android-based (or any) phone in existence that supports all the major US carriers? Am I stuck with the US carrier that I start with? is there no way to change carriers without getting stuck in a Contract or outright buying...
So Apple added Verizon as a carrier option and sales increased significantly. Will Apple add T-Mobile and Sprint as carrier options for iPhone 5/4S? Or will Apple stick with the big guys and leave the little fish for Google? Together T-Mobile and Sprint have a similar number of customers to AT&T or Verizon. I think that is too big a market to ignore at this point in the game. The antenna issues for a single phone for all carriers in the US are not trivial, but if Apple can pull it off...
Did anyone win any of the giveaways or is there a blog entry that list all the winners? thanks