Yes, Sammy has done it again. Samsung’s latest addition to its remarkable Galaxy series, the Galaxy Note.
If you’re gonna ask me what I felt the first time I saw this smartphone, it's like my Samsung Galaxy S II is outdated. It’s all because it is packed with Samsung's latest technology, the Super AMOLED HD with a massive screen of 5.3inches WXGA that delivers 1280x800 at a density of 285pp.
It has a 1.4 GHz dual-core processor, which maybe the fastest available today, an 8.1MP main camera and a 2MP front-facing camera, a memory space of 16 GB or 32 GB, and 1GB of Ram. Samsung is also planning to release two versions: one that supports HSPA and the other one, with LTE.
The dimension is 146.85 x 82.95 x 9.65mm and weighs 178g; yeah, it’s a bit heavier than the Galaxy S2 but considering the size, it’s fairly light.
Maybe many of us think that the battery life would be horrendous because of its 1.4GHz dual-core processor and enormous screen, right? Don’t worry because Sammy really prepared it all - it is equipped with 2,500mAh so it has all the juice it needs to run this monster of a smartphone. One of the best features added to this is the advanced stylus called the S Pen (advanced smart pen).
The Samsung Galaxy Note really revolutionized the smartphone category with its 5.3-inch screen, but for some people, they might prefer a 4-inch screen for their phones and others might just go for a tablet; but all in all, this definitely is the greatest and most powerful smartphone available today.
The price is still unknown and it will be released soon.