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Review: Samsung Galaxy note
12 April 2013
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. With its forceful promotion strategy, Samsung has an advantage over rivals. We consider it one of the best high end phones. We give this phone four star rating.
Samsung Galaxy Note genuine accessories round-up. Docks, cases and an adaptor
7 January 2013
Excerpt: Just in case you’re wondering why we’re running an article on Samsung Galaxy Note accessories, then you need to remember that the original generation Samsung Galaxy Note may have been replaced, but the trusty old behemoth is still selling by […]
Excerpt: You get a phone, you use your phone, you start to use your phone a lot more as you slowly realise what it is capable of, you then start to carry a charger around with you every day to charge […]
Excerpt: Samsung says that the Galaxy Note is neither a smartphone nor a tablet, but rather a bit of both. It's designed for users who'd rather not want to carry a smartphone and a tablet simultaneously, but who'd like the functionality of both devices.
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
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. In the course of reviewing we constantly received “hilarious” comments about the size of the Note. But it’s worth noting (no pun intended) that it’s only 15 grams heavier than the HTC Sensation XL and actually only 0.4 mm thicker than the iPhone 4S.
Samsung Galaxy Note review: The appeal of the Galaxy Note will depend on whether you can handle its large size
Good Gear Guide.au
26 March 2012
Summary: The Samsung Galaxy Note is an interesting device that’s been designed as an all-in-one smartphone and tablet. Whether it holds any appeal will depend on you getting your head (and hands) around its mammoth size. If you’re comfortable with the design of the Galaxy Note, you’re left with a phone that has a brilliant display, excellent performance and slick software.
Pros: Excellent 5.3in Super AMOLED screen, S-Pen is unique and works reasonably well, Great battery life and excellent performance
Cons: Uncomfortably large, Feels awkward when making phone calls, Button on S-Pen is poorly designed
Excerpt: The Samsung Galaxy Note is of particular interest for three reasons: it has a ginormous screen, it’s designed to be used with a stylus, and it sits in a category of devices that has seen more than its fair share of failures. It may sound like a niche product on paper, but Samsung designed the Galaxy Note for the masses, and it’s already moved a ton of them. It turns out there’s a lot to like about the Galaxy Note, and it all starts with the shamelessly large screen.