T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note Review- Android 4.0


Lets start off with an impressively large 5.3-inch display with HD Super AMOLED display (720p display, matching your home TV). Despite its large screen size the Galaxy Note is actually a very light device and feels  comfortable besides its large size. The T-Mobile Galaxy Note runs Android 4.0, which adds an extra layer of fluidity to the device. The S-pen is a custom stylus like device that has a click button that brings up secondary functionality and only works with the Galaxy Note and no other device. The Galaxy Note is powered by a 1.5Ghz dual Core processor, with 16GB of storage (expandable via MicroSD), an 8 megapixel rear camera(records at 1080p) and a 2 megapixel front camera for video chat. Plus is house a 2500mAH battery.


The are two features to the Galaxy Note that set it apart, one is the 5.3-inch Super AMOLED HD display which is gorgeous in every aspect. But the other important feature is the S-pen. Which Samsung doesn’t call a stylus, but and interactive input device that really and honestly works like a pen. I don’t think there is a better way to describe its functionality other than to say you can write input, cut, paste and edit documents in a way that resembles a physical pen and a mouse from your computer.  The S-pen is very effective and the SDK component allows for a great degree of control and functionality with the S-pen, Allow for secondary functions with the click button on the pen to take screen shots as well  as bring up S-memo lite on any screen and at any time on the Galaxy Note.

Android 4.0 adds a whole lots to the Galaxy Note, S-pen functionality is much better, still got great battery life and HSPA+ 42 Mbps speeds to keep you surfing the web to your hearts content. The Samsung BT S-pen is a fun device, as an S-Pen I like the feel, weight and the ability to use as a Bluetooth headset or calling pen is interesting. IN all this is a complimentary device to any Galaxy Note device and the Galaxy Note on T-mobile is worth purchasing