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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 Olympic Edition

05/20/2012, The South Korean consumer electronics giant Samsung has been actively involved in making sure that their brand name gains worldwide recognition for some years already, having sponsored and partnered with some high profile events. The Olympic Games...

Samsung Galaxy Note gets Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update

05/10/2012, It is official – users have already tweeted just slightly more than an hour ago that Samsung has already started to roll out the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Samsung Galaxy Note, also going by the model number N7000. Of course, this...

T-Mobile Galaxy Note spotted in the wild

04/25/2012, The Samsung Galaxy Note has its fair share of fans as well as detractors – the thing is, it really treads on the fine line where a tablet and a smartphone converges, but so far, one cannot call it a failure. We do know that the T-Mobile Galaxy Note...

Samsung Galaxy Note Gets Mugen 5400mAh Battery

04/23/2012,   If you are one of the people using Samsung’s famous ‘phablet’ the Galaxy Note, you will probably already know about the insane battery life that comes with the 2500mAh battery that it ships with. However, if for some reason you are such a...

Samsung Galaxy Note variant coming to Sprint? [Rumor]

04/11/2012, So we know that Sprint will be getting the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, but what about the Galaxy Note which appears to be an AT&T exclusive for now? Well in a recent ad by Sprint promoting their Sprint Mobile Controls, a device that closely resembles the...

Ice Cream Sandwich ROM leaked for Samsung Galaxy Note

04/04/2012, The phablet known as the Samsung Galaxy Note is high profile enough a device to receive a leak of its very own Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich ROM, where it has been set for a Q2 release, accompanied by a bunch of new S Pen apps. I guess there are plenty...

Samsung Galaxy Note: 5 million shipped

03/28/2012, To all the naysayers who thought the Galaxy Note wasn’t going to be a hit, it looks like you were wrong. According to the latest figures released from Samsung, they’ve shipped over 5 million units of the Android phone since its launch last...

Elephant plays with Samsung Galaxy Note

03/27/2012, The Samsung Galaxy Note is one large smartphone/tablet hybrid, so it only seems fitting that someone just as large would be caught using the device. Well in this video uploaded by techinvator on YouTube, we see an elephant named Peter using a Samsung...

Samsung Galaxy Note Premium Suite upgrade announced

03/21/2012, Samsung has just given its Galaxy Note users a reason to be excited about. The company today announced its Premium Suite upgrade for the Galaxy Note. The upgrade introduces extra multimedia features and a range of new S Pen optimized apps in addition to...

Samsung Galaxy Note used to create impressive stop motion video

03/16/2012, The Samsung Galaxy Note is a pretty unique device that features an S Pen which makes it a great device to create art with. Well, a YouTube user named Samsungmobilerdom decided to take it to the next level by creating a short stop motion animation with the...

Samsung Galaxy Note: 2 million shipped

03/02/2012, Samsung never seems to release exact figures whenever it comes to units sold, instead they prefer to report on the more ambiguous figure of “units shipped”. Well for those of you who are curious, it looks like the Galaxy Note has been pretty...