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Samsung Galaxy Note

The first Samsung Galaxy Note is a revolutionary device that led to the popularity of interactive stylus. The Note series may have gone a long way today, but the father of them all will always be a classic and is still worth the money. Check out how good it could still keep up with today's smartphones by reading more about it here!

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Galaxy Note Malaysia

The Galaxy Note is Samsung’s first ever phablet that’s inspired by business and pleasure. It’s pretty much an enlarged version of the Galaxy S2, not just on the outside but in the inside, too. It’s a Phablet targeted at the midrange market, catering to the average consumers who are after wide screened phones that is multipurpose. It’s equipped with a capable processing power and a good enough camera to keep its users satisfied.

Galaxy Note: Performance

The Galaxy Note is powered by MT6592 Chipset, which is equipped with a Dual-core processor – a dual-core A6 processor. A6 processors offers a processing speed and power that's almost similar to a desktop computer. With that being said, this phone can deliver more than enough to the average users. Besides, it doesn’t aim to compete with high caliber phones; it’s mind is set on where it stands in the competition, and it isn’t swaying its decision.

Galaxy Note: Vivid Display

This phone sports a 5.5” screen that packs a 720p resolution, making up a pixel density of 267 pixels-per-inch. The display comes with a special protection like which is the Corning Gorilla Glass. When it comes to sunlight legibility, the Galaxy Note is definitely shines through due to its Super AMOLED display which radiates extremely rich colors despite under direct sunlight.

Impressive Camera of the Galaxy Note

Its camera is one of the main selling point of this smart phone. It sports a decent 8MPcamera, a rare find in the midrange market. Its interface is very simple – everything that you need can be found by pressing on the corresponding icons. The camera of the Galaxy Note features autofocis, panorama, and different scenes for different lighting conditions. The picture quality that it takes is pretty decent too; it could put up a good fight against its competitors not just in the midrange category but even above it.

Sufficient Memory

In terms of storage though its 16GB storage space is pretty much sufficient for all of your files and apps. Besides, in case you need more storage space you can simply insert a microSD up to 32GB and slide it into the microSD slot on the phone. As for the RAM, 1GB worth of memory is a standard for midrange phones, it can already hold up a good number of apps all at the same time. So, it’s not really a subject for disappointment.

The Phone That Started the S-Pen

Do more than just swiping and scrolling through your phone’s interface. The S-Pen is the main feature that gives this device a phablet feel, making it an electronic notebook which you carry around with you that comes with a pen. The S-Pen is more than just a stylus, because it unlocks a whole new world of touchscreen interaction and productivity features for users. It's up to you to find out.

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2014-07-08
Today's review of Samsung's Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition) includes the LTE-capable and Wi-Fi-only tablets, allowing us to compare Samsung's own Exynos 5 Octa platform to Qualcomm's Snapdragon 800. Can either configuration usurp Apple's iPad Air? To ...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-29
amazingly sharp display, Dolby Virtual 5.1 surround sound, fast performance, two cameras, considerably long battery life, S Pen functions, and fast speed from quadcore processorgood optical image stabilization for cameras, expensive, quicker charge time, and better handwritten note recognition/transfer to textbad
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition package include the tablet (obviously), the S Pen (in upper right holster inside the tablet), USB charging cable, pre-installed SIM card, travel adapter, and quick start guide. The operating system is Android 4.4....
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Reviewed on 2014-05-21
Attractive and easytouse design, Decent power, Great display, Innovative multitasking functions, Accurate and responsive stylus, Stacks of storage space plus microSDgood Skeumorphic design may be offputting to some, Exynos processor model a bit behind on performancebad
The larger tablets, which extrapolate the same concept to a bigger form factor, have generated some interest, but have seen nowhere near the surge in popularity as the phone devices. In part, that can probably be attributed to the continuing popularity of...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-16
Samsung has a bewildering array of tablets and smartphones out at the moment, but there's nothing confusing about where the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition sits. It's the Korean firm's top-of-the-range consumer tablet, and it's designed to rival such produc...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-22
4.5/5In line with Google Android's meteoric rise in popularity over the past few years, Android tablets became the most popular option for tablet shoppers in 2013, and looking at the latest version of Samsung Galaxy Not 10.1 it's easy to see why.The Note...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-09
When you're thinking about buying an Android tablet, chances are a tablet by Samsung or Google is high up on your list. Whilst Google Nexus tablets offering the pure Google Experience, Samsung's range offer a long list of features and whilst some are defi...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-25
With smartphone screens becoming ever larger in size, the case for a tablet has often been that smartphones are good enough. Whilst consumers may feel this is the way, manufacturers still believe in tablet computers and in the case of Samsung, we've seen ...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-25
Do tablets have a place in the market or are we too spoilt for choice with our smartphone options? Well Samsung believe that tablets still have a key part to play in the market and in the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition, we have their premium 10 inc...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-15
Dynamite display, S Pen tricks are genuinely useful, as is Multi Window, Magazine UX is a beautgood Not as nice an object as the iPadbad
The Note 10.1 2014 edition's battle cry goes a bit like this: I have four times the number of pixels as my predecessor - hear me roar!That's thanks to an upgraded 2560 x 1600 screen, which is an even higher resolution than the holiest of holies, the iPad ...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-09
It's an order that's always getting taller – developers still favour the iPad when making and optimising gorgeous tablet apps, and a skinny, near-perfect iPad Air is convincing existing Apple tab users to upgrade. So is it even possible?Samsung thinks so,...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-28
good looks, incredible display and hardware, microSD slot, Stylusgood too pricey, slow chargeup timebad
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 was seen as Android's response to the might of Apple iPad's dominance and fast-forwarding to 2014, you the get the Note 10.1 (2014) version while Apple takes the ‘Air'' route with its iPad range. So, what's changed?What you get Wi...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-24
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Reviewed on 2014-02-21
With their Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition Samsung have made a high-end tablet, that features the latest and greates in almost any aspect. In case of the SoC there is a Qualcomm Snapdragon quadcore with Krait 400 CPU, that clocks at 2.3 GHz and in case of t...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-17
This latest Samsung offering joins the esteemed ranks of the Note series, which has been largely responsible for the phablet craze of the past two years. The main thing that distinguishes this 10in tablet from its brethren Galaxy Tab 10.1 is the inclusion...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-14
It's got a killer screen and more under the hood than a fleet of F1 cars. The camera modes actually make it tempting to use for photos too.good There's too much unnecessary software and we just don't feel that the S Pen stylus is really useful enoughbad
The Note line of Samsung Galaxy products has been going great guns for years now. The 2014 edition of the 10.1-inch tablet version is part of the third generation of such devices. We've already reviewed the phablet model that is the Note 3 with all the im...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-14
Samsung has a bewildering array of tablets and smartphones out at the moment, but there's nothing confusing about where the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition sits. It's the Korean firm's top-of-the-range consumer tablet, and it's designed to rival such produc...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-14
Beautiful screen, S Pen stylus adds flexibility, Great designgood User experience not as slick as we'd like, Faux leather back will divide opinion, Smart stay still annoyingbad
Our review of the 2014 edition of Samsung's Galaxy Note 10.1 shows it's a sterling machine, but can it match the mighty iPad Air?Samsung's Note phablets has achieved reasonable success, but the larger-screened tablets bearing the same family name have yet...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-12
Useful S Pen; Large, highres screen; Reasonable battery life; Expandable storagegood Ships with Android Jelly Bean (4.3); Touchwiz looks dated and degrades performance; No removable batterybad
Samsung has wrestled control of the smartphone market, but it hasn't been as dominant a force in the tablet space. None of the numerous Galaxy Tablet devices have threatened the iPad, which is top of the food chain. Enter the Galaxy Note 10.1 with the st...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-11
This latest 10-inch Android device from Samsung is arguably its flagship tablet , sitting above the Galaxy Tab 3 10.1. Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition: design and build It shares a very similar design with the Galaxy Note 3, a phablet not universally pra...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-06
This latest Samsung offering joins the esteemed ranks of the Note series, which has been largely responsible for the phablet craze of the past two years. The main thing that distinguishes this 10in tablet from its brethren Galaxy Tab 10.1 is the inclusion...
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Processor frequency

2.3 GHz

Processor cores



Display diagonal

25.6 cm (10.1")

Display resolution

2560 x 1600 pixels

Display technology


Touch technology


Touch screen type


Aspect ratio


Display number of colours

16.78 million colours


Built-in speaker(s)
Built-in microphone

Ports & interfaces

Micro-USB 2.0 ports quantity


Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL)
Microphone in
Headphone connectivity

3.5 mm

Headphone out

Weight & dimensions


17.1 cm


7.9 mm


24.3 cm


547 g


Wi-Fi standard

IEEE 802.11ac

Wi-Fi standards

IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11ac, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n

Bluetooth version


Wi-Fi Direct
2G standards


3G standards


4G standards


Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) certified


Internal storage capacity

16 GB

Card reader integrated
Compatible memory cards

MicroSD (TransFlash)

Maximum memory card size

64 GB

Storage media





Operating system installed


Operating system version



Rear camera
Rear camera resolution (numeric)

8 MP

Auto focus
Built-in flash
Flash type


Video recording
Video capturing speed

30 fps

Front camera
Front camera resolution (numeric)

2 MP


Battery capacity

8220 mAh

Continuous video playback time

11 h

Continuous audio playback time

217 h

Browsing time

9 h

Talk time (3G)

43 h


Form factor


Colour of product


Device type

Full-size tablet

Kids tablet


Assisted GPS (A-GPS)
GPS (satellite)
Ambient light sensor
Orientation sensor
Audio formats supported


Video compression formats

H.263, H.264, MPEG4, VC-1, VP8

Video formats supported