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Samsung Galaxy Note tabphone is headed stateside to join ATT lineup, these press shots should probably put them to rest. Going by model number SGH-I717, ATT version of the Gingerbread-powered Note likely to be revealed in a few short days at CES will reportedly maintain the class-leading 5.3-inch, 1280x800 Super AMOLED display and 1.4GHz dual-core Exynos processor that have made it unusually popular overseas but swap in a dual-core Snapdragon for LTE compatibility.

We are also expecting another high definition, LTE-capable handset from Samsung to hit AT&T in the near future, the SGH-i957 Celox HD.



The Samsung Galaxy Note is the latest HIT for Samsung, Its a phone and a Tablet in one device, According to Daryl Deino, Los Angeles Industry analyst, confirms that this device will certainly come to both Sprint and Verizon. He goes on to mention that it will possibly be named the Samsung Galaxy Journal.

Galaxy NOTE

There is also the fact that there is no CDMA version of the Galaxy Note. It is definitely not impossible to make one, though, and it has been done before. Verizon has mentioned that smartphones will only be released with 4G LTE connectivity from now on. If this rumor happens to be true, we might be able to rock the Galaxy Note on Verizon 4G LTE network.


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Samsung launched a new software update for its big Galaxy Note smartphone. Unfortunately this firmware version does not bring Ice Cream Sandwich rather it comes with a number of tweaks that overall improve the phone capability.

Galaxy Note Update

Update Change-log:

  • Keyboard now has five rows with the number row being always visible. Moreover, there is a new "one hand" mode that shrinks the layout, making it easier to type with one hand only.
  • Preinstalled torch widget that supports three different brightness levels you cycle through them by continuously tapping the widget.
  • Ability to set different brightness level for the browser, saving you some battery juice along the way.
  • Improved lockscreen with arrows around the padlock, encouraging you to swipe to unlock. A line of text telling you what to do has also been added.
  • Calendar app now supports different date formats. If you are not born in Europe you are probably not used to the day/month/year format, so you may want to change that.

Galaxy Note Update

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Galaxy Note Inside

Samsung has provided detailed descriptions of all the important Galaxy Note functional elements. You should keep in mind that what we have here is the US version of the Note, featuring a Qualcomm chipset and LTE, instead of Exynos and HSPA+.

1. S Pen

Here’s the Galaxy Note breakdown, as provided by Samsung:

What would the GALAXY Note be without the S Pen? Still a pretty awesome phone, but that’s not the point.

The S-Pen uses electromagnetic induction technology and has pressure sensitivity equal to a regular pen. Your input on the screen varies with the amount of pressure you put, making it a seamless re-creation of writing with an actual pen.


The 5.29 HD Super-AMOLED display (1280×800) is combined with the Touchscreen panel (TSP).

3. Digitizer

The digitizer interacts with the S-Pen to sense the pen-tip’s location and the amount of pressure. By establishing an electromagnetic field, it blocks the noise and magnetism through the shield plate.

4. Bracket

The bracket is like the Note’s backbone, holding together all the custom parts to maximize space efficiency.

5. Main PCB

With over 1000 different parts included in the mainboard, it fully utilizes Samsung’s integration technology.

5-1 (Front)

Acceleration Sensor – Detects the tilting motion of the Note, whether you’re turning it sideways for a widescreen view or turning it to play games.
Gyro Sensor – Detects the up, down and sideways motion of the phone.
Proximity Sensor – Detects when a detectable object comes close to the phone. Prevents unwanted input during calls or other situations.
Light Sensor – Detects the brightness, used to adjust the screen brightness accordingly.
Bluetooth/Wi-Fi – With BT 3.0 + HS support, allows for fast transmission between mobile devices.
NFC – Can used for close-distance communication, allowing users to use the phone like a credit card or transportation card.
WACOM IC – Used to actualize the S Pen’s movement and use.
MISC – Front Facing Camera, DMB, GPS

5-2 (Back)

Internal Memory – 6/3GB of memory for storing lots of data including videos, music, etc.
LTE Modem Chip – The latest in communication technology, widely known as 4G.
1.5GHz Dual Core AP Chip – Twice the processing power with a dual core chip.
Misc – Back facing camera (with flash).

6. Rear case

The area that stores a variety of antennae and wires.

7. Battery Cover

The battery cover also stores the NFC antenna.



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Galaxy Note for AT&T


Samsung Galaxy Note LTE will hit stores from February 19 priced at 299.99 USD with a new, two year agreement, the carrier has announced, though online pre-order customers can get the LTE smartphone up to two days early. Officially launched at CES earlier this month, the AT&T Galaxy Note keeps the 5.3-inch 1280 x 800 Super AMOLED HD display and digital stylus of its GSM counterpart, but throws in 4G networking.

THe device packed an 8-megapixel main camera with 1080p Full HD video recording, and a front-facing camera for video calls. Inside lurks Qualcomm dual-core Snapdragon 1.5GHz processor along with HSPA+ for when you are outside of AT&T growing LTE network, plus WiFi b/g/n and GPS.

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Galaxy Note AT&T LTE

This time, The teaser is an assortment of clips from the previous spot, which showed Apple fan boys and girls lining up, waiting anxiously and getting generally quite obsessed with the newest, latest Apple gadget. In the previous ad, they figured out that Samsung phones already are the next best thing. In this one, something similar is probably going to happen except this time, the focus will be on the Samsung Galaxy which will be relesd on AT&T carrier by Feburary,19th.

Video Below!

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GALAXY Note 10.1


Samsung annouced the GALAXY Note 10.1 at the MWC this year but the tablet didn't officially released as samsung wanted to change its specifications, Check the old Specifications of the Galaxy Note 10.1.


Galaxy Note 10.1


The score of 61.4 megapixels per second beats the Galaxy S III by a huge margin, indicating a new graphics processor. Since the chipset in the Galaxy Note 10.1 is listed as the same Exynos 4412 Quad-core 1.4GHz CPU we have in the latest Galaxy phone, then the graphics processor must be the next generation Mali T-604, not the Mali-400 in the Galaxy S II and S III.


GALAXY Note 10.1 Benchmark

We thought that Mali T-604 will only be coming with the Exynos 5 series of chips, but apparently Samsung might be testing other combinations, if this benchmark scale is true. The T-604 is about 5x the Mali-400 performance, So we can expect an HD display on the Galaxy Note 10.1, May be 1920 x 1080 reolution or even more.

Galaxy Note 10.1


Well, This may be a surprise, but the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet might actually work as a cell phone too. As in a cell phone that you can insert a SIM card in and use to make calls. Evidence in support of this rumor comes from a Galaxy Note 10.1 hands-on video posted below.

In the Video they doesn't make any phone calls for the duration of the video. However, they bring up an application called "Teléfono" (Spanish for "phone"), which seems to be a working dialer. The tablet is branded for the Mexican carrier Telcel, which is why the interface language is set to Spanish.


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Galaxy Note 10.1

The Galaxy Note 10.1 is currently listed on Amazon website and you can pre-ordered one for $549. Be prepared to wait, as the estimated shipping date is said to be from 3 to 5 weeks.

Galaxy Note 10.1 amazon

You'll get a 10.1-inch, Wi-Fi-only tablet equipped with a very special stylus, the S Pen, which has been optimized to work with the device's capacitive touchscreen. Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich is on board, and 32GB of storage are at your disposal.

Galaxy Note 10.1 Specifications

NOTE! The listing states that the tablet is powered by a 1.4GHz quad-core Xeon processor, which is clearly an error. Instead, what they meant to say is likely that there is a 1.4GHz quad-core Exynos chip ticking inside.



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