Too big to be just a cell phone, too small to pass for a real tablet. The fate of the Samsung Galaxy Note seemed doomed. But then, upon further research, maybe not. Let’s take a closer look. Maybe, just maybe, there’s more here than first meets the eye. This is going to be one of the AT&T Galaxy Note reviews that will really help you decide.
If you’re looking for a phone that’s lightweight and small and has an easy to read touch screen that both texters and non-texters will love. . . If you think it would be handy to switch quickly and easily from QWERTY to the regular mode of texting. . . .If you’re looking for a phone with features like MP3 video recording, an SC slot, compatibility with Java App and more. . . .If you want a rich color display and the ability to multitask without complications. . . .
I think you get the picture. If these features are what you want, you’ll find them all in the Galaxy Note. This is a device that is definitely worth considering. The Note has the convenience of a small, compact, easy-to-carry phone with the additional features usually found only in larger models.
This new Android instrument has been styled after the Galaxy S II, but with some important improvements. For one thing the display on the Note has a much better resolution and a readable 5.3 inch display screen. Another big plus is the bigger battery with a longer life. This is an absolutely necessary feature, especially for the new breed of turbo texters and savvy social net workers. The stylus clicks easily into a slot, is always close at hand and fits neatly into the curvature of the phone.
The Note has a rigid chrome frame with a single pane of glass covering the front. This idea and appearance of the all-glass look is growing in popularity. There are so specific areas for buttons to touch or displays to decipher. It’s all part of one inter-connected whole. The device is a little larger than a regular cell phone, but this doesn’t seem to get in the way of the convenience and functionality of the Note. If someone makes a snide comment about how you’re holding a larger-than-expected sheet of glass to your ear, just nod and smile. This slightly larger device is bringing much larger dividends in some great features you can’t find in any other phone like this.
You’ll find yourself browsing the web more often because it’s so easy to do on the 5.3” screen. Downloading and reading books is a snap, as is viewing a movie. The speaker quality and volume is great. There’s more to find out about the Samsung Galaxy Note. Take a look at some other AT&T reviews, then take a look at the Note itself. I think you’re going to like it.
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