Samsung Galaxy Note

November 15, 2011 by staff 

Samsung Galaxy Note, Is it a phone or tablet or both? Well, there is not a definite yes-or-no answer to that question. The Galaxy Note, with its huge, 5.3-inch touch screen and stylus, resembles a tablet. But its producer, Samsung, introduced the device as an all-in-one smartphone.

So what gives? While technically a smartphone, its physical appearance and android-powered technology promise fun features commonly found in tablets. However, some may find it awkward to hold the device up to their ears due to its size, as it measures almost 150milimeters tall and 83milimeters wide.

In fact, the average hand may not be big enough to hold it like a phone, but there is one good thing about the size: You don’t have to squint when reading the front page of an online newspaper. Rave reviews regarding this device, which is surprisingly lightweight, revolves around its screen — the largest screen on any smartphone available today.

The screen, with its 1,280-by-800-pixel resolution, is equipped with AMOLED technology that allows for strikingly rich colors and near-bottomless black levels. Thus, this device is brilliant for web browsing, games and video.

Not sounding earth shattering yet? Well, the Galaxy Note’s stylus, aptly called the “S Pen”, offers a unique user experience. The S Pen can be used for accurate sketching and artwork, and if that’s not enough you can also use the S Pen to write ideas, as the device is equipped with superior handwriting indicator that allows for accurate handwriting conversion into digital characters.

But let’s be frank here. This device may come in handier for those working in the creative world because chances are bankers aren’t doodling on electronic pads in their free time. Nonetheless, the ability to actually scribble down ideas or shopping lists is a valuable asset.

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