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Samsung Galaxy Note launches on AT&T February 19th

It is a happy news for those who covet when AT&T announced that Samsung’s gigantic Galaxy Note smartphone would make its way to America, your wait is nearly over. The wireless carrier announced on January 30, that the firm would unveil the device on Sunday, February 19th. The mobile will cost $299.99 with a two-year contract of extension. For the customers who are much more eager to buy the phone, they can pre-order the Galaxy Note. The pre-order starts today and get it delivered two days early. The Galaxy Note LTE will be in Carbon Blue and Ceramic White color choices.

The Galaxy Note has created quite a following since the original model was announced way back in October, at the IFA show in Berlin.The most spectacular feature of the mobile is its 5.3 inch 1280×800 Super AMOLED display, easily the largest and the most high-resolution screen than any other mobile being sold today. It is a credit that it packs a Wacom digitzer and old-school stylus (“S-Pen”) for pen based drawing and input. The mobile has several applications to take the advantage of the stylus, as well as the S-Pen SDK for developers who want their apps to integrate with the feature as well. The future of the S-Pen to make its way to other devices depends upon the whether the Galaxy Note is well-received.

The Galaxy Note uses a dual-core 1.4Ghz processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of storage space and an 8MP camera. These all features is powered by an admirably large 2500 Ah battery. The Note runs Samsung’s TouchWiz version of Android 2.3 Gingerbread, but an update to Ice Cream Sandwich is already in the works. The major difference between AT&T’s version of the Note and those already released overseas is the new radio, which will take advantage of the carrier’s LTE data network. Rumors of other US Galaxy Note variants, particularly the “Galaxy Journal” on Verizon, have yet to be confirmed.

Source: androidcommunity

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