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.
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.