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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 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...

Angry Birds to launch with Samsung Galaxy Note

02/28/2012, We know that the Angry Birds franchise is going to go to space, and not only that, they’re about to do it in style. Samsung has teamed up with Rovio for the upcoming Angry Birds Space game launch, and since the bunch of upset avian friends are...

Samsung brings the Galaxy Note challenge to the streets

02/23/2012, Recently, Microsoft has been challenging non-Windows Phone users to a bunch of different speed tests to show off how efficient their operating system is. Well, now it looks like Samsung has decided to take this idea to the streets in its latest...

Verizon customers are petitioning for the Samsung Galaxy Note

02/23/2012, The Samsung Galaxy Note has been launched on AT&T’s network, much to the jealousy of the other carriers, Verizon subscribers in general who might have fallen prey to the rumors that the carrier would be receiving a Galaxy Note of their own, which...

Samsung Galaxy Note Review

02/20/2012, The Samsung Galaxy Note introduces a new class of handset which features a huge 5.3” display. Internally, we call this a “fablet”, but the Galaxy Note has truly been designed as a handet. As such it is pocketable (yes, even in jeans pants), can make...

Samsung Galaxy Note rooted, overclock now possible

02/20/2012, The Samsung Galaxy Note treads a land that few have dared, and it seems to be succeeding – count it down as sheer luck, great timing, the right market conditions, or all of it, you cannot write the Galaxy Note off. Slated to hit retail store shelves...

LG Optimus Vu shows up next to a Samsung Galaxy Note

02/13/2012, Last week, a video of the LG Optimus Vu made its way online and not long after a photograph of the phone surfaced as well. In the photograph, we can see the 5″ LG Optimus Vu next to Samsung’s 5.3″ Galaxy Note. Even though LG’s big...

Samsung Galaxy Note comes in Berry Pink

02/10/2012, The Samsung Galaxy Note resides in no (wo)man’s land in terms of it size – 5.3″ is definitely extremely generous for a smartphone, and yet it is not quite in tablet territory just yet. Well, Samsung expects the Galaxy Note to cater to...

Watch Samsung’s Super Bowl commercial

02/05/2012, So the Giants edged out the Patriots 21 to 17 in this year’s edition of the Super Bowl, and the Giants were not the only winners tonight. Samsung too, has launched their 4th quarter advertisement that we talked about earlier this month, and just in...