Sunday, 11 December 2011

Samsung Galaxy Note

Samsung Galaxy Note
Bigger is better, this is one of the biggest smart phones we have ever seen, even bigger than Dell Streak, a 5.3" 1280 x 800 pixel big and beautiful AMOLED HD screen; it is incredible, thin and light given its size as  Samsung usually designs their handsets at a high standard level. However, the question remains, is this guy fills the space between a tablet and a phone?
This guy runs a faster 1.4GHz dual core CPU processor extremely powerful and Android 2.3.5 operating system out of the box and you can request to update to Android 2.3.6 straightaway, thus it doesn't feel quite smooth as on Samsung Galaxy S2. Eventually, it will get  Ice Cream Sandwich updates soon "Android 4.0" as the company said. It has 16GB internal storage; but you can extend up to 32GB SD card, 1 GB RAM and 0 mAh worth of batter power. Price? From £599.95...right, that is the price you're paying for in the UK, probably, around $700 in US.

Overall, In addition to its size, the handset is light still feels hard, apart from the plasticky back cover. The size isn't the problem, but not when making phone calls. In theory, it will be ideal for a Bluetooth handset for long conversation. Therefore, it is possible to fit the phone into your pocket, unless your trouseres are utterly tight.
Please stay tuned and we will update more on Galaxy Note and other tech selections.

Check it out the Introducing Samsung GALAXY Note clip from Samsung to see what is like the phone .

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