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Wow, so had this for 3 days and this is a freaken sick phone! Love the size and slimness, and seems like double the battery life compared to my GS3. I just can't wait for multiview for ATT mad.gif
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Wow, so had this for 3 days and this is a freaken sick phone! Love the size and slimness, and seems like double the battery life compared to my GS3. I just can't wait for multiview for ATT mad.gif
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Wow, so had this for 3 days and this is a freaken sick phone! Love the size and slimness, and seems like double the battery life compared to my GS3. I just can't wait for multiview for ATT mad.gif

How would you compare the smoothness and processing power between the GN2 and the GS3?
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How would you compare the smoothness and processing power between the GN2 and the GS3?

The only thing I can feel is the smoothness because of JB. Processing power, that is not something I think anyone can really feel. But JB, the screen (while still slim and can fit in my pocket with no problems at all), and batterylife (my favorite) is the biggest things I can feel.
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The only thing I can feel is the smoothness because of JB. Processing power, that is not something I think anyone can really feel. But JB, the screen (while still slim and can fit in my pocket with no problems at all), and batterylife (my favorite) is the biggest things I can feel.

I can feel the processing power when things go wrong and with games. Some of the apps I use are poorly written and crash in the background. On other phones I noticed a lot more hang time when hitting the home button. So far, this phone has only hung at most 2 or 3 seconds on me. Even when the hanging app is still running in the background it is able to continue going where other phones couldn't. Beyond poorly written apps I have seen decreased loading times with processor heavy games.

For general use both the SGS3 and GN2 have about the same smoothness. On that note so does nearly any other phone running Jellybean including the aging nexus and the SG2.
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The only thing I can feel is the smoothness because of JB. Processing power, that is not something I think anyone can really feel. But JB, the screen (while still slim and can fit in my pocket with no problems at all), and batterylife (my favorite) is the biggest things I can feel.

A GNex with JB and a GN2 with JB will certainly feel different. The GN2 would feel a lot smoother because of the advantage in processing power.
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A GNex with JB and a GN2 with JB will certainly feel different. The GN2 would feel a lot smoother because of the advantage in processing power.
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The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 which uses an overclocked Exynos 4 quad core processor beats phones that use quad core S4 Pro processors.


Edited by Koehler - 12/4/12 at 1:25pm
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Pulled the trigger on it today...hopefully will have it by the 10th...
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Pulled the trigger on it today...hopefully will have it by the 10th...

Did you buy the 4G LTE version?
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