Is the Samsung Galaxy Note a big smartphone, or a small tablet?
If you're one of the gadget hounds out there having a hard time deciding between a smartphone and a tablet for your next purchase, you may be the perfect person to check out the Samsung Galaxy Note. This device is a smartphone set to land on the AT&T network. However, it is sized like a smaller tablet or perhaps a large smartphone.
The Galaxy Note has a large 5.3-inch touchscreen, which is one of the largest screens to be found on any device that can do voice calls. The Note also comes with a stylus dubbed the S Pen. The cool part is that the stylus allows the user to sketch and handwrite notes or e-mails on the screen.
The Note will hit AT&T on February 19 and will cost $300 with a new two-year contract. The Galaxy Note looks like an interesting device, however, I wonder how comfortable it would be since it is so large. It seems that it could be difficult to fit in a pocket.
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