Samsung has just announced a completely new Android device in their lineup which is called the Samsung Galaxy Note and it features a huge 5.3 inch HD Super AMOLED Display. With such a huge display, you can be sure that you don't need to scroll that much anymore when it comes to reading your emails, browsing the web and such.
The Samsung Galaxy Note also features an advanced pen-input technology called S Pen which allows you to take notes, draw stuff and capture your ideas on the move wherever you go. This is probably Samsung's first attempt at introducing a stylus pen input for their line of Android smartphone devices.
The main attracting of course is the huge 5.3 inch HD Super AMOLED Display which ensures the best viewing experience possible for videos, photos, documents and web surfing on the go with bright colors and deeper blacks. Besides that, the screen also offers a 180 degree viewing angle similar to that of an IPS screen, so you can easily share your contents with ease.
The Samsung Galaxy Note is powered by a 1.4 Ghz dual-core processor and sports an 8 MP with LED Flash rear camera and a 2 MP camera at the front for video conferencing and is LTE and HSPA+ enabled, so you can be sure that your internet speeds will be blazing fast allowing for better web surfing and video viewing experience. Other specifications includes a standard 16 GB or 32 GB variant with a standard Li-on 2500 mAh battery and will be running on Android 2.3 AKA Gingerbread.
Check out the video below and then head on over to the source link for the full details straight from Samsung Tomorrow.
Source: Samsung Tomorrow