As the Galaxy Note 2 hit 3 million in sales after only 37 days from being released, so do the problems appear. It seems that more than one user is arguing about the fact that new Galaxy Note 2 is packing dust around the screen and it is very visible in the Titanium Grey Version.Apparently on the white version this problem is a lot less visible or the dust problem doesn't even happen to the white version. Actually some users have also reported that the Samsung Galaxy S3 is having the same issue with dust in the grey color version.The dust can be easily removed by using a small make-up brush or something that is thin enough to take the dust away from your Galaxy Note 2 case. Yet, it seems that a lot of people are going to choose the white version due to this issue, while the Titanium Grey version is actually more expensive.Maybe this is just a particular issue or maybe it depends on the environment where you use your Galaxy Note 2 in. Or maybe this is a general issue that Samsung didn't see coming. Even so, I don't think this is enough to affect Samsung's sales, especially since the dust problem with the Galaxy Note 2 can easily be held under control with a regular cleaning and maintenance.Another reported issue about the Galaxy Note 2 color is that, the white version will turn yellow over time. This is an issue that scares a lot of people. Imagine buying a 600$ device and after a while it loses its color, it turn yellow from the beautiful white it originally had. Color Issues in Galaxy Note 2 version are probably due to the low quality cases that Samsung uses in most of its devices. Those plastic cases they use simply don't inspire quality.
What's my model number?
There are several ways to locate your model number:
- Option 1
- On your device, go to Settings, then "About device" and scroll down to "Model number"
- Option 2
- Often times you can view the model number inside the device, by removing the battery
- Option 3
- Using Samsung's model/serial number location tool