#OhSoDope Samsung Galaxy Note…Bigger & Better Than The Usual !
Keeping up with technology has not been an easy task lately, especially if you're going down the lane of new cell phones. These days you've probably been eyeing the Samsung Galaxy S2 or your hatred of the HTC EVO's battery life and price decreases from Apple retailers have changed you to #TeamiPhone. No matter what device you've been sporting on your day to day routine, there's a new phone hitting shelves in a few days that may change the way we all look at cell phones. You may have seen the commercial ad for it during the Superbowl that poked fun at those who wait in lines for devices like Apple's iPhone. So without further ado, I'd like to introduce you all to the Samsung Galaxy Note.
I know what you're saying..."Okay, we've seen phones before, so what makes this one so damn special?" Well reader, I will tell you what makes this phone special...it's big as hell! Even if you've seen the Samsung Galaxy S2 "Skyrocket" (exclusively with AT&T ) with a 4.5 inch display, you've seen nothing yet! The Samsung Note boasts a 5.3 inch screen which makes viewing...well...ANYTHING absolutely amazing. What this means is that if you're sick of squinting at your iPhone's 3.5 inch screen or feel like your Android's 4 inch screen isn't big enough, we now have a phone that's perfect for you! Hold on...what did I just hear? Some sarcastic person just said "If it's so darn big why don't they make it a tablet?" Well guess what...IT'S A TABLET TOO! I know this may be getting a bit confusing so allow me to explain a little better.
With the large size of the screen, Samsung is including something called the S Pen which can be used to control the phone, write, draw, and even convert your words to text simply from writing them. The phone is perfect for anybody who would like the feel of a tablet with the portability of a cell phone. The phone comes with 16 GB's of memory built in and room for an additional 32 GB memory card. What this means is that your music, videos and photos will almost always have room on your device, even if you import from your current cell phone. The Galaxy Note will also come running Android 2.3 Gingerbread but I wouldn't be surprised if it was one of the first devices to see the new 4.0 update. Also, you can expect up to 10 hours of talk time with 10.4 days during standby on it's excellent battery life. And to top it all off, it comes in your choice of either White or Black.
Although you may be satisfied with the phone you have now, after seeing this one, it's hard to say you're not even the slightest bit curious as to what you're missing. The phone releases February 19th so be sure to contact your phone carrier and see if they'll be carrying the device.
For more specs on the Samsung Galaxy Note click here and to see the introduction video simply click play on the video below.