Thursday, February 9, 2012

The Samsung Galaxy Note Offers a PC Experience

The Samsung Galaxy Note Offers a PC Experience
The Samsung Galaxy Note Offers a PC Experience
By Dominic C Burn
The Samsung Galaxy Note offers a PC experience through a mobile handset as it has all the capabilities of a tablet device including a large display and allows you to both do work and social activity on the go. The device includes the powerful Android operating system and a dual core processor which together provide you with a fast and highly functional handset.
The phone has a large 5.3 inch Super AMOLED display with full touch capability along with the addition of an S Pen, smart pen for detailed drawing and input on the display itself. This allows you to have better control and move faster around the intuitive user interface offered, while the display size also means that you can see more and do more at the same time. The screen also has a full High Definition resolution offering along with the Super AMOLED technology, a truly stunning display. In addition to this, the handset offers an impressive 8 megapixel rear camera accompanied by an LED flash which is capable of capturing vivid video clips in full 1080 pixel High Definition too, as well as playback in HD respectively, at 30 frames per second. The camera can also capture impressive static shots of good moments, while the Android and added Google apps and other social networking features make it easy to share media with friends.
The Galaxy Note is powered by Android Gingerbread (2.3) alongside the hardware power of a 1.4 gigahertz dual core processor and includes 4G LTE network capabilities. Along with the rear camera a front 2 megapixel camera also exists for self portrait photos and video calling, while the handset features the usual Samsung touch keys on the front of the device also. The design is extremely slender and stylish, and compliments the large touch screen elegantly. Meanwhile, connectivity on the device is as impressive as everything else, with Bluetooth 3.0 alongside USB 2.0 and a range of WiFi compatibility. Memory for photos, videos and further apps form the Android Market feature is a healthy 16 gigabytes internally, while a microSD card lot provides for up to 32 gigabytes of swappable memory too. Other features include the accelerometer for you to switch the user interface between portrait and landscape, further making it easy to use the device and do more.

The Samsung Galaxy Note is unlike many other handsets on the market, and in fact appears more of a tablet device than simply a mobile phone. However, it is still small enough to carry out its phone duties along with many added bonuses such as the smart pen and purveyance of larger display.
Samsung Galaxy Note
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