The Samsung Galaxy Note marketing and rumor machines are churning out more information including videos. The very large phone or small tablet called phablet may be coming to T-Mobile and the S-Pen draws a lot of attention while the price has dropped slightly.
Samsung Mobile has released a series of videos that show how to use the many tablet features of the Samsung Galaxy Note. The S-Pen is touch sensitive, like pencils, the harder you press the thicker the line. The Galaxy Note also has photo editing options, easy note taking (S Memo Lite), HD video and full webpage viewing, demonstrated in videos that follow.
Samsung Mobile USA recently confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy Note will be updated to Android 4.0 ICS but did not disclose a date.
The latest commercial show how teens in a Sarah Kay' classroom write poems that are displayed on big screen TV.
The Samsung Galaxy Note is rumored to be coming from T-Mobile based user agents as well as Wi-Fi/Bluetooth certification and similar model numbers on T-Mobile.
The Galaxy Note has sold 5 million units in 5 months. A Chitika study comprised of a sample of hundreds of millions of impressions based in the US, between March 26 and April 2, 2012 showed a massive increase in traffic.
The level of Galaxy Note web traffic is 44% of Galaxy Nexus’ traffic. The tremendous rate of increase could be an indicator for a high level of interest for the device in the US and corresponding sales figures. Samsung’s mini tablet phone seems to be a huge success.
New app winners that use the S-Pen take the Note to new levels of learning, art work, fun and signature signing.
The Samsung Galaxy Note is so big it can used by an elephant. It is green-certified. The best price we could find was $229.99 from Amazon Wireless for the Samsung Galaxy Note, the tablet/phone on the AT&T network.