A while back I said I'd let the message board know how things went with Note 3, and using the "SanDisk Ultra 64GB microSDXC UHS-I". The concern was that it's slower speeds might impact performace.
I did NOT do rigorous testing, but here's what I found:
Here's the thing... without having a faster microSD card to test against, I can't say if the speed of the camera is limited by the card. (logically)
So I would conclude this:
I hope that helps people!
Maybe I am halucinating but maybe someone can confirm or deny this for me but wasn't the Note 3 going for 299.00 plus a 50 dollar rebate bringing it to 249 on a 2 year contract?
My hardware upgrade is indicating that it is now 349 plus 50 dollar rebate.
Thx for clarifying because I could of swore that I saw it for 299 plus 50 off.
To be honest I was on the phone with Rogers looking to do my hardware upgrade until I heard 349 plus 50 off !!!
I kinda backed off and wanted to confirm before going ahead with it. Kinda sucks though. I think I will wait it out until it drops down a bit in price (I also have 160 bucks to dish out for my early cancellation fees) so as you can see it all adds up to quite a bit and that 50 bucks makes a difference.
I think I'll hang on to my ILag 4....i mean Iphone 4
I tested speed of Rogers LTE network with my Galaxy Note 3.
I got 115 mbps inside Laurier shopping center in Sainte-Foy, Québec.
See detailed tests :
Bonne fin de semaine!
Anyone here experiencing some compass issues? Always need to recalibrate or reboot to get the compass ligning up precisely? I've checked a few Rogers demo units, and they have this issue. Sometimes when I fire a compass app up it gets stuck on a pole and moves left or right, but when I rotate my device on like a 75 degree turn, it will go crazy and then lign itself up to a different pole.
A reboot usually fixes this, but when I'm in a car, sometimes it doesnt line up correctly, is there a lot of magnetic interference in Canada?