The Samsung Galaxy Note was announced late last year at IFA 2011 and released on AT&T in February 2012. With a 5.3” screen and just .38” thick, this is a great device for those who can’t decide between a phone and a tablet. Recently, I had the opportunity to review this device.
Let’s start with the biggest feature on the Samsung Galaxy Note, the screen. At 5.3 inches, this HD Super AMOLED is beautifully bright and very responsive. The browser and other built-in apps take advantage of the 1280 X 800 pixel screen. While some of the Android apps may not take advantage of the real estate, you would be hard-pressed to see anything but a vivid and crisp picture.
The Samsung Galaxy Note on AT&T is a great device for those looking for a large screen device operating on a fast 4G network. This part of the review will talk about how well the device performs on the network and a couple apps that go with that. For thoughts on the phone, camera, and screen, see the initial review.
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