AT&T FCC filing, but here's some nice sterile marketing to tide you over. Samsung has released its first TV spot for the new phone, asking consumers the same question the tech press has been pondering since the unveiling at IFA in Berlin: is it a phone or a tablet? We'll let you be the judge.
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Samsung Galaxy Note today, not only did Samsung just release the source code but now it appears they've dropped the price too. For those looking to buy this is a good sign, and the release date in the UK has been moved from November 17th to November 1st. Online retailer the Clove announced both the price cut and that the device will be available come November 1st.
Galaxy Note to the list. This awesome device announced back at IFA is a 5.3" Super AMOLED packing smartphone -- or tablet, or whatever you want to call it. While not yet available in the U.S. and may never will be, Samsung has already released the source code for said device.
Galaxy Note uberdevice will be targeted at women, not necessarily spec-hungry gadgeteers. Andrew Glass, Sales director for Samsung UK, made no bones about putting women squarely in the marketing crosshairs for the new device. The Galaxy Note's 5.3-inch screen is apparently Samsung's idea of a perfect purse size.
Samsung Galaxy Note is coming in a lot faster than we expected. In a press release Samsung announced that the Galaxy Note is headed for the white cliffs of Dover on November 17th, just ten weeks after the device's premiere at IFA in Berlin. The phone will be available at retailers across the UK and Ireland.
Clove, the first Galaxy Note stock will come in midway through Q4, with retail price as-yet unconfirmed but expected to be in the region of £500+VAT ($783). That gets you a 5.3-inch 1280 x 800 capacitive touchscreen that recognizes not just finger control but Samsung's bundled digital stylus. Handwriting recognition is supported, along with the ability to annotate screengrabs, notes and other content. Elsewhere it's everything you'd expect from a high-end Android smartphone, so there's an 8-megapixel Full HD video capable camera on the back, a front-facing camera, 3G, WiFi b/g/n and all the usual sensors. A dual-core 1.5GHz processor is inside, keeping things running. More information in our hands-on from the Galaxy Note's debut at IFA 2011 earlier in the month. [vms 89124e2ce92984e04fb4] [via SlashGear]
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