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Neither the Note 2 or Lumia 920 are better than each other, just different.
That being said, I'm getting a Note 2 very soon. biggrin.gif
So you say that specs lie? Only spec beter I see with the lumia is PPI.. and only because the screen is SMALLER!
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So you say that specs lie? Only spec beter I see with the lumia is PPI.. and only because the screen is SMALLER!

4.5" is enough. redface.gif

920 has a better camera,better build quality(body) and wireless charging.
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y 2? headscratch.gif
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So you say that specs lie? Only spec beter I see with the lumia is PPI.. and only because the screen is SMALLER!

Best ≠ highest spec'd phone. Whether or not something is better depends on the intended use.

The Lumia 920 and Note 2 are completely different devices. You're trying to compare a niche Android device (Note 2) to a mainstream WP8 device (Lumia 920). They are a completely different size, and run a different OS, one is $300, the other is $100. They are different devices with different target audiences, the Note 2 targeting the enthusiast niche, while the Lumia 920 is targeting the mainstream user looking to try WP8.
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y 2? headscratch.gif

He said one is his business phone, the other is his personal phone.

Some people prefer to have separate phones for work.
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OP how do you like the phone? Looking at getting on Tuesday when it comes out for verizon.
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Ok i d/l WCPUID and found out the stepping and all that good stuff, so what do i do with that information now? It doesnt say my Vcore or if it thrughbred and stuff. Do you know what i can go to find this stuff out, or should i just google.
I'm sure OP loves it, so just get it imo wink.gif

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Best ≠ highest spec'd phone. Whether or not something is better depends on the intended use.
The Lumia 920 and Note 2 are completely different devices. You're trying to compare a niche Android device (Note 2) to a mainstream WP8 device (Lumia 920). They are a completely different size, and run a different OS, one is $300, the other is $100. They are different devices with different target audiences, the Note 2 targeting the enthusiast niche, while the Lumia 920 is targeting the mainstream user looking to try WP8.

Note 2 is not a niche anymore. 3 million sales in the first month which is better sales than most mainstream Android phones.
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