The all new Samsung Galaxy Note is an impressive phone to look at. The first thing that strikes you is it’s sheer size. It’s huge for a phone, with a 5.3 inch 800 x 1280 super AMOLED screen and weighing in at a hefty 178 grams. However, this phone simply isn’t meant to be tiny. Oh-no, its meant to be big – it bills itself as a tablet pc / smartphone hybrid. Just portable enough to be used as your regular smartphone whilst possessing a big enough screen to be used as a tablet pc.
The Galaxy note works great as both a smartphone and a tablet PC. It comes with a handy stylus for quick notation and, running the now ubiquitous Google Android (2.3) operating system, comes with more features than you could shake a smartphone at.
At its heart the Galaxy note runs off of a super speedy 1.4GHz dual-core processor coupled with 1 Gig of RAM, so expect your applications and games to whiz along just fine. It also sports an eight megapixel snapper as well as a MP3 player and an FM radio music on the move.
Looking at the best deals currently available for the Galaxy Note, the one that sticks out is £36 a month with a free handset courtesy of buymobilephones.net. Its on the Vodafone network and comes with 600 minutes, unlimited texts and 500MB data per month. You can pick up this deal here.
Check out Samsungs video for the Galaxy Note and get an idea of it’s size: