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Samsung Galaxy Note
Mark Peters : September 4th 2011 - 11:45 CET
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SamsungSamsung Galaxy Note Smartphone with digital S-Pen : At the IFA 2011 Show in Germany, Samsung has launched the next step in mobile communications with the introduction of the new Samsung Galaxy Note Android smartphone. The Samsung Galaxy Note belongs to a new mobile category, developed through Samsung’s consumer understanding and insight. The Galaxy Note handset combines the core benefits of various mobile devices while maintaining smartphone portability, to create a whole new user experience. The Samsung Galaxy Note mobile handset has a stunning 5.3” display which is the largest screen size with smartphone portability.

Samsung Galaxy Note

Samsung Galaxy Note
The Galaxy Note features the world’s first and the largest 5.3” HD Super AMOLED colour display, an high-resolution screen that provides an immersive viewing experience. Taking full advantage of the large display, users of the Galaxy Note will be able to do more tasks to create and consume more, with minimum scrolling and screen transitions, while on the go. An advanced pen-input technology, called the S-Pen, is combined with the Galaxy Note’s full touchscreen to introduce a new type of user-experience. Through this, consumers are able to capture and create ideas while on the go.

Galaxy Note

Dual-core processor Android Smartphone
The Samsung Galaxy Note runs on Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) and is equipped with 1.4GHz dual-core processors which ensures the phone is incredibly fast and offers a smooth user interface for seamless usability. Lightning fast network speeds are enabled through the HSPA+ and LTE-enabled device’s super-fast connection, ensuring a quick and seamless browsing experience. This means that users can stream videos in real-time or engage with their friends with online gaming platforms.

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Samsung Galaxy Note display
The Samsung Galaxy Note Android handset features Samsung’s own 5.3” Super AMOLED HD display providing vivid clarity that is superior to conventional HD displays. This ensures the best viewing experience for video, photo, document and internet on the go with deep blacks and bright colours. The superior screen of the Galaxy Note also offers a 180 degree viewing angle, allowing contents to be shared comfortably. At 5.3” the best-in-class display is the largest ever included in a primary mobile device; measuring just 9.65mm thick, the Samsung new Galaxy Note comfortably in a pocket to offer true portability.

Samsung Galaxy Note test

Samsung Galaxy Note Smartphone features
The new Galaxy Note is equipped with a 8 Megapixel digital camera and a 2 Megapixel front camera, providing excellent photography quality and easy image editing. The Samsung Galaxy Note pen input functionality is combined with the full touchscreen to create a new input experience. The Samsung S-Pen can be used for accurate sketching and artwork, and instantly capturing ideas freely before they float away. The Galaxy Note also features S-Memo, a multimedia app designed to record all forms of user-created content. Pictures, voice recordings, typed text, handwritten notes or drawings can all be captured via a single application and converted to a ‘memo’, to be edited, annotated and shared as desired. A one-step screen-capture function also allows users to instantly capture any screen; captured images can also be freely and accurately annotated using the S-Pen before being filed or shared.

Samsung Galaxy Note review

Samsung Galaxy Note review availability
As soon as we receive a Samsung Galaxy Note test sample, we will publish a photo gallery with high resolution pictures, followed by an extensive Samsung Galaxy Note review. At the moment we do not have price information of this new innovative Android phone.

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