On a separate note, I came across this interesting portable keyboard. It'd work with my Android phone's USB OTG functionality, making it potentially useful in certain use cases. It'd be more pleasant to use than my netbook's keyboard, but on the other hand the netbook is definitely a lot more capable than my phone...
This is where both Windows Phone and Ubuntu Phone were easily superior. Alas, for some reason Android won.
Recently I inquired about replaceable batteries with a phone reviewer. He said he'd barely come across any in years.
The Galaxy Note 4 was unveiled [...] on 3 September 2014
Well, that's pretty sad.
De trend van verlengde schermen, zoals die op Samsung-telefoons hun intrede deden op de Galaxy S8(+), heeft wat vraagtekens opgeroepen over de noodzaak van een Note-serie. Het scherm van de S8+ en S9+ zijn bijvoorbeeld maar 0,1" kleiner dan die van de Note 8 en tegenwoordig kun je bijna alle high-end telefoons phablets noemen.
I don't know, does the Galaxy S support the pen?
The GN2 [Galaxy Note II] S Pen will work on Galaxy Tab devices with S Pen, but you couldn't for example, use it with a HTC or iPhone.The S Pen is a Wacom device, so needs the handset to have a Wacom screen & drivers to work.
My take: If not, Samsung is totally not nice.
Sony is surprisingly nice though, at least its smartphone division. (Not in games.)
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