Samsung reported that they sold 5 million Samsung Galaxy Note phone/tablets which shows that size does matter to new smartphone buyers and the stylus is in style.
Some could also state that the Samsung Galaxy Note meets needs as big as an elephant because Peter the elephant is shown be an avid phablet user.
The size of the Galaxy Note is perfect for Peter the elephant who plays the piano and the guitar on a Samsung Galaxy Note on YouTube. Peter also draws a picture as well as swipes the screen to show an apple. The video ends with the phrase "Bigger is Better."
One could surmise that either the Samsung Galaxy Note is an exceptional phone or Peter is an exceptional elephant.
Samsung recently announced that the Samsung Galaxy Note would be updated to Android 4.0 in the second quarter of this year along with new special S Pen apps which Peter hasn't had chance to use, yet.
The Samsung Galaxy Note was recently certified for having a low carbon footprint and touted for a great way to send love notes. Galaxy owners are not getting angry because they have free exclusive Angry Birds Space levels.
The Samsung Galaxy Note was released earlier this month and promoted as the America's next top model smartphone. The best price we could find was $249.99 from Amazon Wireless for the Samsung Galaxy Note, the tablet/phone.
Samsung will ship 40 to 44 million smartphones in the first quarter of 2012. And they could exceed 50 million in Q2, according to Korean ET News.