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The Samsung Galaxy Note was introduced by the manufacturer at IFA 2011, featuring a large 5.3” Super AMOLED HD display along with an exclusive stylus named the “S” Pen. Judging by its dimension and specifications it doesn’t seem to be a minute Android tablet, or a big Android smartphone, but that would be according to how you look at it. Let’s see its pros and cons, and then see what else the Samsung galaxy note has to prove it right:
Samsung Galaxy Note Design
The front of the Samsung Galaxy Note is dominated by a Super AMOLED 5.3-inch touchscreen unit, which is thin, light in weight. To its thickest point it measures at 9.65mm, which is though a bit thicker than the iPad 2, but perhaps not so chunky that it’ll drive you mad.
The rear of the Note holds a nice-looking fence texture, and an 8-megapixel snapper, which is capable of recording 1080p videos @30 frames per second. Now that’s remarkable for a smartphone! No other device rather than smartphones has amazed us with such a decent camera, so you can expect impressive performance from its camera department!
Samsung Galaxy Note Operating System
The Samsung Galaxy Note is operated by Android OS V2.3 (Gingerbread), which sure cant fill the gaps of the tablet-specific version (honeycomb, that is). As to what you think, there will be a bunch of things you’ll be foregoing accordingly.
Not the same browser experience as you would enjoy on an android powered tablet, but Flash support is still integrated in the browser however, with access to the Android Market for downloading applications.
Samsung Galaxy Note Stylus
The Samsung Galaxy Note comes along with a stylus. So that reminds me of 90’s. Samsung named it the “S” Pen and Samsung gave it a room too for residing safely – actually a section situated at the bottom-right of the Galaxy Note. It can be used for taking notes. And you can be assured that it gives a good performance when working with it, everything is perfect from sensitivity to its comfortableness!
Samsung Galaxy Note Conclusion
The Samsung Galaxy Note appears much like an efficient Android device to me, with a great camera and a snappy processor, and an efficient stylus. I’m wondering even if whether there’s space for something that’s a bit less handy than a smartphone, and not as superior for video and browsing as a tablet. One thing is for sure that Samsung has put the Galaxy Note between two platforms (tablet and smartphone) so that’s where it depends that how many users will admire it. Some will prefer the Samsung Galaxy Note for its large size and some will prefer portability rather than size!