The Samsung Galaxy Note is a new type of smartphone, larger than a ‘traditional’ smartphone but smaller than a tablet. It’s a really great creation tool and with the advent of the updated OS, Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4), in addition to Sammy’s Premium Suite of built-in tools, this new device is set to become one of the more powerful and flexible Android phones available.
The new Ice Cream Sandwich update combined with the Premium Suite of built-in tools brings with it an intuitive user interface with faster performance. By fully taking advantage of the 5.3inch screen, it is possible to view more in one glance with minimum scrolling and screen transitions.
It is also easy to personalize photos and videos using the included S Pen. It allows you to scribble in personalized notes and drawings on your images, effectively acting like a a watermark.
Another great visual aspect of this suite of tools is that communication is not just limited to text anymore. You can literally draw and send your ideas, emotions and more via text messages, emails and Samsung’s ChatON communication service.
The Samsung Galaxy Note comes with an advanced rear 8 MP with LED flash, the front camera is 2 MP. camera and the base camera app is extensive, don’t forget all those awesome photo apps at your disposal in the Google Play store too though.
This really is an awesome update to an already awesome device, it’s very powerful with the built-in dual-core 1.4 GHz ARM chip in combination with the super AMOLED 1280×800 (285 PPI) display help make this a very interesting preposition. If you are debating whether to upgrade to a new Android smartphone or tablet, then this device should be on your hot list.
Disclosure – This post has been sponsored by Samsung.