Samsung wants to make sure they have every screen size in the universe covered, so enter the Samsung Galaxy Note which is a 5.3-inch 1280×800 (WXGA – 285ppi) Super AMOLED super phone.
Like the Galaxy Tab 7.7, it features a 1.4GHz Dual-Core CPU along with 1GB of RAM and either 16GB or 32GB of internal storage. There’s also stylus input via S Pen to use on that large, yet small, display. The stylus fits nicely into the 9.65mm thick Galaxy Note, which runs Android 2.3.5; has an 8MP rear camera and 2MP front camera; a massive 2500mAh battery; along with two variants: HSPA+ or LTE.
After having used the Dell Streak for a fair amount of time when it was first released, I found the 5-inch screen to be a tad too big, however, if there’s any company that can attempt to pull it off, it’s Samsung; the benefit of the doubt is theirs for now.
My favourite part of the Galaxy Note has to be the screen resolution: 1280×800 (WXGA) which pushes the ppi to 285 — slowly creeping up on the 326ppi of the iPhone 4. Let me know what you guys think in the comments. We’ve heard no rumours of an Australia launch, but we’ll give it some time. No doubt we’ll be seeing more of this in the coming days.