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The Samsung Galaxy Note was introduced by Samsung during IFA 2011 in Berlin. It was the first smartphone to break the 5" display size barrier with an 5.3" 720p Super-AMOLED display. The international (non-US) version was powered by a Samsung Samsung Exynos 4210, while the U.S version used a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8255T. In terms of storage, the Galaxy Note came with 16GB or 32GB of internal flash memory, which could be supplemented with a microSD card. The battery has a capacity of 2500mAh, which was nice at the time, but has been surpassed since by the Galaxy Note 2, which has a 3100mAh battery. You can read our complete Samsung Galaxy Note review, or hop directly to the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 review.

Samsung Galaxy Note Battery Explodes

02/05/2013, Hmmm, it seems that the batteries in phones melting are starting to make a comeback in news feeds yet again, with the latest being a Samsung Galaxy Note reported to have “exploded” (and by saying so, we mean that the battery has some issues) in the...

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Spotted?

01/22/2013, So we all know that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is a confirmed device that will be making its way to Mobile World Congress, but just what kind of hardware do we think will be packed into this particular tablet? For starters, how about a display that comes...

Samsung Galaxy Note Jelly Bean Update Confirmed

12/27/2012, Good news Samsung Galaxy Note owners – if you are still holding onto the original Galaxy Note and have not traded up for the Galaxy Note 2 or any of the other phablets currently available in the market, you might be pleased to learn that Samsung has...

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Wi-Fi Gets Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Update

12/12/2012, It is said that Samsung has begun to introduce the official Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update to their range of Wi-Fi-only Galaxy Note 10.1 devices, and just in case you were wondering what model that is, it would fall under the purview of model number N8010....

Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean For Galaxy Note GT-N7000 Leaked

11/28/2012, Proud owners of the original Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000 will be happy to hear that Jelly Bean 4.1.2 has just been leaked via SamMobile. But before you jump up and down to celebrate, do note that this is a test firmware version, which means that it has a...

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE Launched In South Korea

11/19/2012, It seems that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE has finally hit the streets of South Korea, where it will run on the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system right out of the box. Unfortunately for the rest of the world, this means that they have yet to...

Samsung Galaxy Note N7000XXLS2 Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean leaked

11/05/2012, So you own the Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000, and cannot wait to enjoy Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean. Well, we have some good news for you – it seems that N7000XXLS2 Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean for the Galaxy Note GT-N7000 has just leaked, but bear in mind...

Samsung GT-N5100 spotted, could be a 7.7″ Galaxy Note

10/31/2012, It looks like Samsung might have another Galaxy Note device planned, this time of the 7.7” variety. This was revealed thanks to its model number, the GT-N5100, although the exact specifications of the device remain unknown. What we do know is that it...

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 split screen feature goes MIA

10/02/2012, The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 was released in South Korea at the end of last month, while the US release is set to happen at the end of this month for folks living in the US. As for those who actually picked up the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 in South Korea or...

American Airlines will equip flight attendants with Galaxy Note

09/19/2012, Airlines have been using tablets and smartphones as part of the official in-flight gear for some time now. For instance, we reported earlier that American Airlines planned on providing Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 for in-flight entertainment as far...

HTC May Be Working On A Galaxy Note Competitor

09/03/2012, Samsung’s Galaxy Note has been a success in the market. When it was released, many cast doubts that an amalgam of a tablet and a smartphone may not be the best idea. But the consequent sales of the device proved that it can cater well to a niche market....