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  1. I'm a bit confused here. I'm about to buy a tablet which is a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 that has 7.0 inches screen (the price in my country is about 365 USD). I haven't owned any tablet. I only own a smartphone which is a BlackBerry Curve 8900. So this is going to be my first tablet. I'm planning to use this tablet mostly for browsing webs, taking journals (such as notes, agendas, reminders, calendars, etc.), and doing other activities such as using social medias (such as Path, Facebook, Twitter, etc.), checking e-mails, watching movies, listening musics, making video calls, taking photos, etc. For me, 7.0 inches is an absolute perfect size for some of those uses. It is not too big and it is not too small either. On the other hand, I've been thinking to change my smartphone also. Because at some point BlackBerry is dead, isn't it? If I buy this tablet, of course I have to spend my money for another smartphone, which is not going to be an expensive one (the budget is below 250 USD). From another point of view, there's a Samsung Galaxy Note 1 (the price in my country is about 570 USD) which people call it tablet (smartphone + tablet). At some point, Samsung Galaxy Note 1's specifications is outdated (because of the rise of a Samsung Galaxy Note 2). But at some other point, this tablet's specifications are simply enough for me. I like this tablet because of the stylus (Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 inches has no stylus) and the back and front cameras (which have higher resolutions than Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 inches). The rest of its specifications are almost the same with Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 inches that I want. If I buy this phablet, I think I shouldn't buy another smartphone to replace my BlackBerry (because I can use it as a smartphone or a tablet). But according to the size, it has a confusing size. It's too smal for a tablet and it's too big for a smartphone. Therefore, I need your advice for which gadget should I buy. I'm a common person that has no high knowledge about technology these days. Should I buy a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 inches with an other inexpensive smartphone or a Samsung Galaxy Note 1? I have a restricted budget, that's why I pick those gadgets as my options. Pardon me for my bad english :P
  2. Hi Guys.. I am looking to buy a phablet(5+ screen size)..cause me and my wife are fascinated by big screens, rite now own a samsung ace :) Phones i am considering - 1) Micromax A110 Canvas 2 - http://www.gsmarena.com/micromax_a110-5088.php 2) Samsung Galaxy Note n7000 - 24K INR 3) Samsung galaxy S3 - 16 Gb - 29K INR My uses - 1) primary use to check mails,respond to mails, will like to edit documents on go and browsing/readin ebooks if my eyes dont pain :) 2) Gaming - not too heavy gaming, but heaviest 1 i wud like to play is FIFA/PES 2013. 3) Battery life better than my samsung galaxy ace, which just gives around 8 hours on 2g 4) Android Jelly bean or jelly bean upgaradable atleast :) 5) A nice resolution, atleast pixels should not show up. 6) Note 2 is too xpensive and out of question i feel :) Can you guys please suggest me some phones, would be really helpful. Thanks for your help in advance.. Regards, Chirag Shah
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