Galaxy Note hardware review footage

Still sitting on the fence pondering on whether to snap up the latest Android hybrid smartphone come tablet device, namely the Samsung Galaxy Note, if so then perhaps a Samsung Galaxy Note hardware review video might sway your decision one way or the other, so that’s what we have for your viewing consideration below.

The Samsung Galaxy Note hardware review video comes our way courtesy of the guys over at Pocket Now and delivers almost five minutes of checking out the Android 2.3 Gingerbread packing large smartphone or small tablet whichever you wish to call it.

The Galaxy Note measures 83.95 x 146.85 x 9.65mm and weighs in at 178 grams, and sports that large 5.3-inch WXGA Super HD AMOLED touch screen along with an 8 megapixel rear facing camera and 2 megapixel front facing camera for your video playtime, 1.4GHz dual core processor, 16GB internal storage, WiFi, Bluetooth, 3.5mm jack and features the S Pen stylus to work your drawing magic.

The guy in the video does say that the Samsung Galaxy Note is one of the fastest Android smartphones currently available and comes with a whopping 2500mAh battery that delivers over a day’s life if not more, and although Sammy wont give info on the battery the Galaxy Note seems to last for days on a single charge.

I know the Galaxy Nexus is an Android 2.3 Gingerbread device but both Samsung and Google have already stated the handset will get upgraded to Android Ice Cream Sandwich sometime in 2012. Have to say I kind of really like the Galaxy Note.

Anyway, I’ll leave it right there and simply let you head on down to hit that play button to check out the Galaxy Note hardware review footage, and feel free to let us know if you have the Galaxy Note on your Christmas shopping list…enjoy.

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4 thoughts on “Galaxy Note hardware review footage”

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    Veruvir says:

    I own the note. Size wise, its perfect. I dont wear skinny jeans, i wear combats or sports trousers and it is barely noticable.
    Two draw backs- one is that how to close an app seems complicated. There is no close button, only a return key which keeps the program open in th background. Going to task manager is 4 button pushes too many. Why not leave them open with all that ram and processor? Because of drawback two.
    Drawback two is battery life. I read somewhere that because its 2400mah it lasts forever. Lol. No, the screen even at minimum brightness (which still looks lovely) takes up 63% of the battery in my use, all other uses being 5-9%.
    Do not underestimate how awesome and therefore all purpose this phone is. Puh its not a phone. Its a starwars star trek data pad. And as such it gets heavy use. Part of the tao of putting all your techie eggs in one basket.
    Long story short – you will never regret buying this pad. But you wallet will cry because after forking out 450 quid, you then need to fork out 30 quid for a 7000mah portable usb battery so it really does last over a day of active human being use.
    Plus all accessories are expensive to.
    But. I. Love. My. Note.
    It will be ur tablet replacement, i promise.

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