iPod touch 5G or iPad mini LTE? Ended up with another Note 2 instead.

Discussion in 'Alternatives to iOS and iOS Devices' started by bembol, Dec 19, 2012.

  1. bembol macrumors 65816

    bembol

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    I went back and forth between the two but I couldn't justify paying $300+ for and iPod. After owning the Note 2 for a few weeks I couldn't stand anything less, it was hard watching Videos on a 4".

    As for the iPad mini, it was also the price $640 for the 32GB LTE and again iOS was disappointing. I hate the lack of Continous Playback and lack of Playlist support in Videos.

    At the end I figured why not another Note 2? Size is perfect, amazing battery life, it has continous playback and I can use it as a back up. Also, I have mobile TV with Bell for NFL Sunday and now I don't have to keep switching SIM cards every tine I want to watch Football.

    Today I picked up my second Note 2 in White. I love both colors.
     
  2. Esoom macrumors 6502

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    Good lord why? you could have rooted the Note 2 and tethered to an iPad or even paid for tethering and had the best of both worlds, Android and iOS.

    Glad you're happy though :cool:
     
  3. nick_elt macrumors 68000

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    Huh? You have 2 note 2's? I love mynote 2 but wtf???
     
  4. 3bs macrumors 603

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    Wait, what? I don't understand why you need 2? Can you please explain.
     
  5. steviewhy macrumors regular

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    Maybe he wants to make a Note II Beowulf cluster;)
     
  6. bembol thread starter macrumors 65816

    bembol

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    Tethering would drain my Note 2's battery.

    I thought I did. It's basically a 5.5" iPad/iPod LTE and I use it for...

    Videos (Continuos Playback)
    Music
    Streaming

    Bell mobile TV, mainly for NFL Sunday games & RedZone. The Bell sim card has only 10MB of Data & 10 Hours of Streaming and can't really make Calls or send Text unless I want to get charge heavily.

    I have to swap SIM cards since my Wireless account is with Rogers and it can be a PITA.
     

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