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Samsung Galaxy Note review
16 February 2012
Excerpt: Note : Our original review was of the unlocked, £499.99 ($784) GSM Galaxy Note. We've updated the review to reflect our impressions and tests of the $299 (with contract) AT&T model as well.
Pros: One of the most potent Android devices to date, Stylus works perfectly, Gorgeous display, High quality camera, One of the most potent Android devices to date, Solid LTE performance, Gorgeous display, High quality camera, Solid HSPA+ performance, Gorgeous display, High quality camera, Runs Android...
Cons: One size fits none, A couple of software bugs, Handwriting recognition could be better, One size fits none, A couple of software bugs, Handwriting recognition could be better, One size fits none, A couple of software bugs, Handwriting recognition could be better
Conclusion: Reiterating the obvious (again), the Samsung Galaxy Note isn’t for everyone, and in fact, it might take some people a good amount of time to get used to accepting its glorified status as being some kind of hybrid device.
Pros: Extremely large display, Streamlined construction, Exceptional battery life
Cons: Some sluggish performance, Too large to use with one hand, No Ice Cream Sandwich (yet)
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.
Excerpt: It's review time! Is it a phone? A tablet? A phablet? Call it what you will, but the Samsung Galaxy Note is one big device. Packing a 1.4 GHz dual-core Exynos processor, Galaxy Note comes to the table with a 5.3-inch Super AMOLED HD (800x1280) display, 8-megapixel camera with 1080p HD video...
Excerpt: Aaron reviews the giant Samsung Galaxy Note , a hybrid between a smartphone and tablet. Galaxy Note offers a 1.4 GHz dual-core Exynos CPU, 5.3-inch Super AMOLED HD (800x1280) display, 8-megapixel camera with 1080p HD video recording, 2-megapixel front-facing shooter, a large 2,500 mAh battery, and...
PHOTOVIEW: Samsung Galaxy Note Android 2.3 Smartphone with Stylus
17 January 2012
Excerpt: Announced back in September last year, the Samsung Galaxy Note is quite a unique Samsung device since it's a mix between a smartphone and a tablet. Officially seen as a smartphone, it comes quite close to a tablet, thanks to its huge 5.3" HD Super AMOLED display.
Conclusion: The international Samsung Galaxy Note was the best Android smartphone of 2011 and the AT&T version makes for the best of early 2012 if you're looking for a pocket computer more than a voice phone.
Pros: Huge and lovely high res display, fast HSPA+ data speeds, very fast CPU, great voice quality.
Cons: This is a very large phone, import version is expensive.
Summary: Samsung have produced many quality smart phones and tablets, but the new Samsung Galaxy Note is something a little bit different so I thought I would write a Samsung Galaxy Note Review. It is what I would best describe as a hybrid version of a smartphone.
Pros: Thin and sleek, 1.4Ghz CPU is extremely fast, Great battery life that lasts for days, Gorgeous 5.3-inch HD Super AMOLED screen, High-quality 8MP camera, Ease of use with S Pen
Cons: Comprised almost entirely of plastic, Requires two hands to text due to large size, Awkward against head for voice calls