The Samsung Galaxy Note is Galaxy S II in the pretence of a tablet! Loaded with fresh features and high-end technology this is one of those spotless smartphones in the Android ecosystem.
The Samsung Galaxy Note is a handy customer and the included stylus steals the show on a screen that can be used just like your pocket diary. The Note has a large 5.3-inch screen and comes with typical high-end features like a 1.5 GHz dual core processor, an 8MP camera, and Near Field Communication, which has popularized the use of your mobile as your credit card or wallet.
- Display- super AMOLED HD 5.3 inch touch screen, 1280 x 800p
- Processor- 1.5 GHz dual core CPU
- Memory- 16 GB internal, up to 32 GB microSDHC
- Camera- 8MP with Autofocus and flash, 1080p video recording, 2MP front camera too
- Battery- Li-ion 2500 MAh, standby up to 250 hours
- Connectivity- 4G cellular, NFC, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, WLAN
Pros and Cons
The first thing you would note using the Samsung Galaxy Note is that the device app support is mind-blowing especially those that relates to the trademark S Pen. The camera image quality is also top class and looks terrific even on external HD displays. The 2MP front facing camera is also worth mentioning. Naturally, due to the unconventionally bigger screen video playback looks more attractive. Video shooting at 1080p is commendable.
Everything good about the Samsung Galaxy S series is inherited in the Note too, and with the added dimensions, it may be a little clumsy to carry around. However, the gaming, multimedia and browsing experience is even richer in the Galaxy Note. Nevertheless, the showstopper surely is the S Pen, and you would wonder if you certainly could substitute it for a tablet! Price is; however, a crucial issue.