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Samsung Galaxy Note 5.3 inch Android Beast-Phone coming November 17th

Samsung is set to be launching its massive 5.3-inch touchscreen’d Samsung Galaxy Note Android smartphone (or is it a Tablet?) device on the 17th of November if the latest reports are to be believed.

News is coming in that the latest in the Android-based Galaxy devices, the Samsung Galaxy Note, will be hitting stores (online and on the street) as soon as the 17th of next month and will bring with it the latest Android Gingerbread 2.3.5 OS which runs from a 1.4 GHz dual-core processor.

The massive device will also come with an 8 megapixel camera and 16 or 32 GB of internal memory so that you can capture and store all the images and HD Videos (720p) you like, and you’ll love to watch them back on the giant Super AMOLED display.

Now we at the Gadget Helpline are still unsure where to bracket this device, as it comes somewhere between the Samsung Galaxy Tab’s 7 inch screen and way above the Samsung Galaxy S II’s 4.3 inch display. Samsung however have stated that they want you to use the device as a digital notepad as the device comes with a Stylus, akin to its closest rival the HTC Flyer Tablet.

The handset is also listed as having optional NFC connectivity and includes new Samsung Note Apps which will allow you to draw and make notations on the screen using the special touch pen.

UK retailer Clove Technology has revealed the price of the Galaxy Note to be £600 including VAT. The Galaxy S II, a fully-fledged smartphone, costs around £499 for the 16GB model, so the Note is a fair wedge more.

Samsung seem to be really pushing the boat out when it comes to creating and releasing a large and diverse range of Android running smartphones, tablets and (what we are now branding) beast-phones like the Note.

We cannot wait to get our hands on the Samsung Galaxy Note in November so we can answer all of our big un-answered questions.


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