Samsung GALAXY Note to launch first in Germany on October 29th

Samsung GALAXY Note to launch first in Germany on October 29th
The Samsung GALAXY Note will make its debut in Germany on October 29th, according to the Korean based manufacturer. But this is not too much of a surprise as Samsung earlier this month revealed that the device would hit Germany, France and the UK before this month was out. November would see the model launched in Korea. For those of you Stateside who drool over the Samsung GALAXY Note's Quadrant Benchmark score of 3,624 (Holy shades of the Samsung Galaxy S II, Batman!), we could see the unit touch down in the U.S. next quarter.

We usually don't start rattling off a list of specs with the battery, but the 2,500mAh cell on the Samsung GALAXY Note should certainly be able to keep the device running for some time. Yes, there is the case of keeping the 5.3 inch Super AMOLED HD screen bright, crisp and clear. Resolution is 800 x 1280. A dual-core 1.4GHz processor is under the hood with 1GB of RAM aboard. 32GB of native storage comes on the GALAXY Note and that can be doubled by using a micro SD card up to 32GB. Of course, there are two cameras on the unit. The 8MP shooter on back captures video at 1080p while the 2MP front-facing camera allows you to video chat. Don't forget the S pen stylus, which allows you to take notes all over the screen. Android 2.3 is pre-installed.

Samsung announced the launch date and location on it's blog, but did not reveal what the price of the device will be. UK online retailer Clove earlier mentioned a price of 500GBP for the product, plus VAT. After the tax is added in, that works out to approximately $940USD.

source: Samsung

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