There's plenty of Samsung Galaxy Note news today. The Note at T-Mobile is not dead as rumored. A teaser video give hints about the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and there are new videos showing off all be artistic things you can do with the Samsung Galaxy Note.
The Samsung Galaxy Note is more like a notebook than many realize (the kind made out of paper). You can see in videos that follow, bloggers at the Olympics used their SG Notes to develop sketches that were later animated to become videos.
Samsung recruited bloggers from all over the world, videos were sketched by Andrew Williams, Derek Addo, Graham Smith and Leigh Geary.
While watching the Japan vs. Egypt soccer match, the bloggers were paired with a creative partners to help with the process.
The preliminary designs, concepts, sketches, imagery and footage were taken using the Samsung Galaxy Note, and then later made into animated shots by animators.
We at WiMo news are working on creating an entire article using the Samsung Galaxy Note, especially using the handwriting to text feature without using the keyboard.
In the meantime, the Samsung celebrity marketing machine is in full swing in a teaser video. Kim Wenders, Film Director of Wings of Desire, is shown to say, "All the things you can do with a blink of an eye with such a small and light thing. Anybody can do it. The text on the screen says, "Be creative, your magical moments will come alive.
Some have surmised that the teaser means that the next Samsung Galaxy Note will be thinner. While previous rumors suggest a larger screen and other features.
You won't be able to buy the Samsung Galaxy Note, from the T-Mobile website because it is sold-out, you can find in stores. The T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note is also out of stock at online retailer Wirefly and ships in 1 to 2 weeks from Amazon.
There was a report that the Samsung Galaxy Note is already at the end of its life at T-Mobile, even though it came out a few weeks ago. T-Mobile will be adding "unlimited plan" options on September 5.
In the videos you can see that the touch sensitive S Pen on the Note which the iPad does not have, has some very neat artistic applications.