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Samsung Galaxy Note – stuck between two worlds, the only competitor to Acer’s oversized smartphone
21 September 2011
Conclusion: Certainly, the performance, display and stylus are great features, however I don’t know if people would chose to get them with a huge 5.3 inch device – it’s the Dell Streak all over again, too big to be pocketable and even held with one hand, and too small to be a good tablet (plus the resolution...
Summary: Samsung announced the new Samsung Galaxy Note , their new flagship android smartphone. The device is quite a make and I really fall for it on the first look itself. Honestly, when Galaxy S2 released in the market i told myself that one day I am gonna buy that device.
Conclusion: With a large number of excellent features and functions, Samsung Galaxy Note has set a benchmark for its close competitors. The only advantage other smartphones has is Galaxy Note’s screen size. Its 1.5 Dual Core ARM cortex A9 processor and 1 GB RAM has worked well with Note.
Summary: How does the Android Ice Cream Sandwich update fare?
Pros: Amazing screen, Great contacts management, Excellent call quality, Fantastic camera, Samsung's own apps, The screen on the Note cannot be beaten. It is both clear and vibrant but also nice and big, and we've always been fans of Samsung's TouchWiz skin which is one of the good guys in the world of...
Cons: Not that different to the S2, Expensive, Only seven home screens, May be too big for some, Camera prone to scratches, The S-Pen seems a bit 'Marmite', and there is no doubt that the Note is big, which will put off a majority of general smartphone enthusiasts. It's also still a relatively expensiv...
Excerpt: The Galaxy Note was a surprising addition to Samsung's smartphone stable when announced last year, it seemed a bold step to release a handset which blurred the boundary between mobile phone and tablet, and nobody expected it to do as well as it has.
Excerpt: The Samsung Galaxy Note is much like the Samsung Galaxy S II, but is much larger. It is by far the largest smartphone on the market today and features a huge high-resolution Super AMOLED display.
Excerpt: , I found the idea intriguing. Here was a jumbo-sized smartphone with all the benefits of dual-core processors, an eight-megapixel camera capable of 1080p HD video recording with the added convenience of a large, vivid screen.
Excerpt: Samsung's Galaxy Note is enormous, sparking the debate that the Note owes more to the tablet than the phone, or that it’s some sort of hybrid of the two. With a 5.3-inch screen, it dwarfs even the Sensation XL.
Summary: While it’s certainly not for every hand size, Samsung’s Galaxy Note proves itself to be one big and impressive phone, making it a solid choice for someone after big buttons, a big screen, or anyone who isn’t quite sure whether they need a tablet at all.
Pros: Beautiful screen, Decent battery life, Surprisingly comfortable to use and hold
Cons: No 4G, Speed issues pop up occasionally, S-Pen is pressure sensitive, but only just, Runs older version of Android