Galaxy Note Fills the Gap Between Mobile and Tablet Devices

14 November 2011
Ben Logan

Ben Logan

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The debut of Samsung’s Galaxy Note has been causing a few waves in the mobile device industry since its recent arrival.

Placed somewhere between a tablet and a phone, with a 5.2” Amoled display screen and an advanced pen-input technology, the Note lets users multi-task, create and enjoy rich media content on the go.

Gregory Lee, President and CEO of Samsung Asia,  commented on the device: “The Galaxy Note is a revolutionary product to open a new category in the mobile industry and I am very proud of this accomplishment.”

He explained: “Samsung Galaxy Note will redefine and enhance mobile communications by offering a creative user experience with its innovative features such as S Memo, S Planner and S Choice. I am certain that once our consumers try the Galaxy Note, they will appreciate its groundbreaking and fun features.”

A host of specially designed applications have also been launched to take advantage of the device’s new user interface.  In addition, the high resolution display allows for superb quality presentation of e-books, PowerPoint presentations, news apps and web pages.

Not quite a big phone or a small tablet – the release of this hybrid device could pave the way for a whole new market in mobile computing and is certainly worth keeping an eye on.

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