Summary: Despite that, we love the Samsung Galaxy Note. The fact it’s ultra slim means there’s no effort in slipping it into a pocket, and once you get used to the extra size, you’ll not want to go back. Especially if you browse the web lots or enjoy watching movies on the move.
Conclusion: Large in size, humongous in potential, the Samsung Galaxy Note might not be a first smartphone for the masses, what it is however, is a device that will enhance the experience of many a business user.
Conclusion: It’s a gigantic Android phone with a 5.3-inch screen. One of the best Android devices Samsung has ever made. Once you use it, it will be hard as hell to go back to a small screen. And it’s fast as hell too, and the battery life is phenomenal with 2500 mAh of power.
Summary: Overall, I loved the Note. It has really made me think twice of just how big a smartphone can be, if done right. The Galaxy Note is an impressive piece of technology, from its lightweight feel, to its gorgeous 5.3-inch screen.
Conclusion: Let’s be real here folks, the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note is a wonderful device on so many levels, but taking into account its late arrival onto the scene, it no longer has the same appeal and allure when it first arrived.
Pros: Extremely large display, Running ICS out of the box
Conclusion: This is your time, T-Mobile loyal fans, to finally attain the massive handheld device known as the Galaxy Note for your own. You've had the opportunity to pick up the international version for one gigantic wad of cash before, as it did (and does) work on T-Mobile bands, but now is the time when you...
Excerpt: T-Mobile will launch the Galaxy Note on August 8th for $249.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate and with a two-year contract. That’s not cheap; in fact, you could buy the Galaxy S III, which packs a beefier processor, for slightly more. The…