Monthly Archives: May 2017

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 – Bigger And Bolder

Internet connection is a breeze, sometimes speedier than a broadband. The Galaxy S 2 offers an upgraded use of HSPA downloads with the speed of 21 mbps per second. The speed junkies are working on it! The display is a touch zoom and has a BBC iPlayer to its name. The strength of the signal is good.

I haven’t yet played any games on it, and to be honest I doubt I will. Not my kind of thing. Other apps I have installed include a great little VNC client (free again) that allows me to control my office computer wherever I am in the world, if i want to. I have also just installed an app that will help me in the event that my phone ever goes missing or is stolen. It’s called “Theft Aware” and it will automatically send a text message with its current location to two other family phones if the phone ever has the sim card replaced. This great app also allows me to send a text to it and I can control what the phone can do, wipe the contacts and other data, emit a siren and all sorts of other clever things. Oh – and i have a spirit level called “Bubble” as well that works a treat!

Another creative medium by the name of Sketchbook Mobile will help you create professional painting. This app allows an user to create a painting or drawing with various interactive tools that are easy to use and apply. The intuitive UI helps an user to create a masterpiece of his own.

Now, let me introduce the long lasting battery back-up of samsung galaxy S8 Ace, through which the user can easily talk for up to 11 h (2G) / up to 6 h 30 min (3G). Also, the stand-by time of samsung galaxy s8 Ace is also very excellent and it is up to 640 h (2G) / up to 420 h (3G).

The phone runs Google’s “Android” operating system, although Samsung have added a few enhancements of their own. I’m told that the applications interface has been styled on the iPhone, so it looks different to other Android phones. I don’t care. The success of the iPhone heralded the introduction of Android, so Apple must have got something right with it. I’m happy to benefit from a copy of that style. It’s easy to add apps and access them. That’ll do me.

Another fantastic feature is it’s ability to turn itself into a wireless Access Point for other smartphones and computers to connect to the internet through. That also is going to be a boon at events held at venues who insist upon a small fortune for wireless internet access. When connected through 3G, it’s pretty fast too.

The device is relatively competitive in other regions, with an 8-megapixel digital camera, a dual-core 1.7-GHz processor, and Android 4.2.2 software. It felt peppy in my testing, although it’s not as fast as the S4 or other top of the line phones.