Samsung Galaxy Note review
The Galaxy Note was one of Samsung’s surprise successes over the last year. It cost about $520. I used it for one month and it impressed me. I have given it four stars.
The Samsung Galaxy Note is a hybrid smartphone/tablet that has 5.3 inches Super AMOLED display, Google’s Android OS, dual cameras with LED flash and auto-focus, and 4G LTE wireless networking. But the best thing that impressed me is its screen and camera. The Galaxy Note has the largest display I have ever seen on a smartphone, 5.3 inches. As you might expect, photos and videos look absolutely spectacular. This smartphone would be an ideal tool for media buffs who like a larger screen. Text is sharp and clear too, whether you are talking about printed text or handwritten memos. The 8MP camera is suitable equipment for people who like to capture the rare moments.
However, the Galaxy Note has some negative features. The 8MP camera is located in the centre of the rear portion. I can’t understand why it’s not recessed as this merely makes the already vulnerable camera more prone to being scratched when the Samsung Galaxy Note is placed on a surface. Moreover, the size of the Galaxy is quite large. So many people wouldn’t like it.
Overall, the Samsung Galaxy Note is an extremely capable device. It still impresses me a lot. I really recommend you to try it. You would be impressed more than you can expect.
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