The Samsung Galaxy Note and Samsung Galaxy S II were the cause of Samsung's success at selling g 300 million handsets. It looks like the Samsung Galaxy Note will be coming to U.S. from Sprint and AT&T with an announcement at CES.
The Samsung Galaxy Note is called a tablet-phone because it about the size of little notebook and is designed with software and stylus for note taking. Rumors suggest that the Samsung Galaxy Note at AT&T will have 4G LTE access and hopefully WiMAX unlimited data at Sprint.
The good news is that Samsung has already announced that the Samsung Galaxy Note will be updated to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Many are hoping that the Note will arrive in the United States with Ice Cream Sandwich presinstalled.
The Samsung Galaxy Note documents were filed with the FCC, which could mean it will be available within a few months. The specs could be considered a large Samsung Galaxy Nexus or super-sized Samsung Galaxy S II. Both the Nexus and Galaxy S II were winners of the Wireless and Mobile News' top best smartphones of the year.
Expected specs of the Samsung Galaxy Note include:
- 1280x800 pixel resolution 5.3" Super AMOLED touchscreen.
- 1.4-5GHz dual-core Qualcomm processor.
- Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
- 8MP camera, 2MP user-faced camera.
- Stylus "S Pen."
- Americanized 4-button layout.
- 16 - 32GB internal storage.
- Black or white case.
A demonstration video follows.