Samsung GALAXY Note LTE hands-on
We’ve seen this larger than life smartphone already, but not surprisingly, the only noticeable design difference with AT&T’s model is the prominent carrier logo it’s flaunting near the earpiece and the “Galaxy Note” name on the back. People with small sized hands shouldn’t even bother attempting to hold this device, with its wide figure and all, because it might simply be too much for them to handle. Again, we’re treated with a device that’s exhibits all of the design characteristics of a Samsung made phone – like its plastic construction and relatively streamline body.
Aside from its more than generous size, the AT&T Samsung GALAXY Note continues to impress us with its unbelievable 5.3” Super AMOLED display, which features a fitting resolution of 800 x 1280 – making it detailed enough to delight our eyes. Well, you still can’t count out the lovely looking colors that its Super AMOLED panel is able to produce. Complementing the fact that it’s going to be running off of AT&T’s 4G LTE network, its 1.5GHZ dual-core processors seems to deliver a resounding response with its operation as well.
Oh yeah, people are going to be astounded by its size, but more importantly, its S Pen is discretely tucked away on its side – giving us an easy way of jotting down notes or other stuff. Well, not to mention, it’ll come in handy if you’re simply too slow to type away on its keyboard. Overall, AT&T is surely blessed with some amazing devices from Samsung’s camp, so this one concretely reaffirms that reality. Curious to know more about the Samsung GALAXY Note? You can actually read our review of the European version that came out some time ago.