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Let’s have a look at the design of Samsung Galaxy Note LTE. Samsung Galaxy Note bears many of the same design characteristics that have been established by the Galaxy S II family. Sporting that typical Samsung construction, with its all-plastic casing and all, it’s hardly anything that stands out. It is (0.38” thin) appearance of the international GSM version especially when it’s packing an LTE radio. With its
accompanying weight (6.45 oz), it’s minutely heavier than the original version, but warranted in giving it a solid sense of durability.
Its rocker, power button, 3.5mm headset jack, noise cancellation microphone, and microUSB port are around its sides. In the rear, its 8-megapixel auto-focus camera with LED flash is perched in its usual spo
Display:t. It’s plastic rear cover grants a user access to its SIM card slot, microSD card slot, and generous 2,500 mAh battery.
The size of the phone is 5.3” WXGA (800 x 1280) Super AMOLED display of the Samsung Galaxy Note. It utilises the less favorable PenTile matrix arrangement and its immaculate detail (285 ppi).
In addition to all the standard Android and TouchWiz stuff, Samsung has provided some applications especially for the Galaxy Note and its S Pen. This is to be expected with a device, centered around t
he experience of note-taking via a digital pen. S Memo is the special notes application, which will allows a user to leverage the possibilities of the included S Pen. It features some nice options such as brush type, thickness and color. A user can also insert text using the on-screen QWERTY keyboard. Writing with the S Pen takes a little getting used to but is a satisfying experience. A user can also take screenshot notes by pressing the key that is on the stylus and holding it on the screen for a couple of seconds.
The S Planner app found on the original is absent on AT&T’s version of the Note, but instead, the main Calendar app switches in favor to utilizing the layout of the S Planner. S Planner is just a facelifted calendar.
The Samsung keyboard looks very similar to the stock Gingerbread one, but we wholeheartedly prefer Samsung’s offering mainly because we have more difficulty in handling the squished look of buttons with the stock one.
Processor and Memory:
The processor has been changed from the original’s 1.4GHz dual-core Exynos processor to a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8660 processor. It has a 16GB of internal storage and it actually breaks down to 10.84GB of free storage for media and another 1.7GB for system storage.
There’s an 8MP camera employed by the Samsung Galaxy Note, coupled with a single LED flash. The camera interface is the standard one for TouchWiz 4.0, which is a good thing because it works pretty fast. It also offers some nice goodies such as Anti-Shake function, different Scene modes, etc. It has got a 1080p high definition video recording quality and it also handles panning a lot better.
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