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Samsung Note – See the Big Picture

Samsung is one of those companies that likes to surprise its public every once in a while with an innovative and daring device; today’s highlight is the Samsung Galaxy Note.

There is a lot of skepticism around this smartphone due to its large dimensions, but let’s not forget that it is this large for a reason: it houses a massive 5.3” Super AMOLED screen. This is the Galaxy Note’s strong point, coming up with a resolution of 1280 x 800 which makes web browsing or watching movies a pure pleasure. You can also record your own movies with the help of the integrated 8 MP digital camera capable of recording in Full HD 1080p. However, the Samsung Galaxy Note is not aimed only at multimedia enthusiasts.

Its enormous screen is not its only innovation; the Galaxy Note also comes with an S Pen, which is just a more advanced stylus with a fancy name. It’s an irony that manufacturers fought so hard to make screens accurate enough to be operated with the fingers, thus getting rid of styluses, just to make them popular again now. However, the Galaxy Note’s screen is accurate as it is but Samsung added a stylus to define the Note’s target audience better. This gigantic phone is supposed to be the best choice for people that are always on the move and require a replacement for their daily agenda, something they could easily pull out and write down their ideas on. The stylus is present to increase accuracy and make taking notes or drawing sketches a bit more natural, yet still allowing the user to take advantage of the features of a powerful smartphone.

Speaking of power, the Samsung Note has plenty of it, thanks to the dual-core 1.4 GHz Cortex-A9 processor. The Android Gingerbread operating system that’s installed on the phone runs fluently and so do the apps.

There is a price to be paid for the large display – battery life. Exactly, the Samsung Note doesn’t do well with power consumption, despite Samsung’s efforts regarding this aspect. The battery that powers the Galax Note is a 2500 mAh battery, a battery that would give a regular smartphone a great autonomy. However, the immense display of the Note turns out to be quite power hungry, making the phone struggle to make it through the day.

Overall, the Samsung Galaxy Note is not a phone for everybody, as some will find it too big to carry around, while others will simply overlook this, being mesmerized by its gigantic screen. Which side are you on?

Features and Specifications Summary

  • Phone Model – Samsung Galaxy Note
  • Processor – Dual-Core 1.4 GHz Cortex-A9
  • Screen Size – 5.3”
  • Display Resolution – 800 x 1280 HD
  • Display Technology – HD Super AMOLED
  • RAM – 1 GB
  • Memory – 16 GB, microSD card support, up to 32 GB
  • Back Camera – 8 Megapixels, 3268 x 2448 maximum resolution
  • Front Camera – 2 Megapixels
  • Video Recording – Full HD (1080p) @ 30 fps
  • Operating System – Android v2.3.5 (Gingerbread), upgradable to Android v4.0.4

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