Dec 29 2011, 12:47pm CST | by Shane McGlaun
The Samsung Galaxy Note is an interesting device that lays somewhere between a tablet and a smartphone. It has a bigger screen than your typical smartphone, but is smaller than most tablets. The 5.3-inch screen makes it pocketable without having a small smartphone screen.
The note also has a stylus that can be used for navigating and it will also recognize handwriting too. The screen measures 5.3-inches and the Note looks like a larger smartphone on the outside. Samsung has announced that it has now sold a million of the Note devices globally.
Worth noting is that the Note isn't on sale in the US yet. Samsung has also said that the US launch will come in 2012. We will see then if it is as popular with Americans as it is in Europe and other places. I think it will do fine since many will gladly take the bulk for a bigger screen.
Source: The Edge Singapore
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