Gary bought an unlocked international Samsung Galaxy Note II and he can't use it for Verizon. Leo says that no, it's GSM and Verizon uses CDMA. The Note will work on AT&T since it only has HSDPA+ 3G. If he can return it, Leo recommends doing so because the good news is that Verizon will be offering the Note II on LTE soon. But if he can't, T-Mobile may be an option.
The option is in the email program. Go into the Gmail App and then into 'Settings'. Tap Menu >> Settings, then your Email Account. Select 'Signature', and input anything you need.
Jason agrees with Leo that the iPhone screen is just too small and he decided to switch to the Samsung Galaxy SIII. He really likes it, but the Android operating system isn't quite as polished. iOS is smoother. For example, turn by turn navigation talks over him while he's on the phone. Leo thinks this is a fair criticism.
Leo says that Samsung is likely going to announce the Note 2 on the 25th, but he can get an unlocked version now in Europe through Expansys. He'd only be able use it on AT&T, though. It has a quad-core processor, 5.5" high res screen, and Leo likes the swappable battery too, even though the battery lasts long enough to get through the day. The Galaxy S III actually has the same screen resolution, but a smaller screen. So that may be worth looking into as well.
Leo says it's not in the US yet. Google decided to launch it in Europe first, but Leo has it and it's a much needed update. For some reason, Samsung has decided to wait. It may not be Samsung's fault, though. The carriers have a say in it as well and they may be contributing to why it's taking so long. Leo shares the frustration, but advises to wait instead of rooting the phone. It's coming.
Mike is wondering why Apple doesn't have this problem. It's because they just have the one phone, and one OS. They also have more clout and can get their way easier with the carriers.