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Galaxy Note hits the Gulf

New device combines tablet and smartphone features

Galaxy Note hits the Gulf
Samsung Galaxy Note launches in the Gulf region.

Samsung has debuted its Galaxy Note smart device across the Gulf. The Galaxy Note is designed to combine the core benefits of multiple smart devices while maintaining smartphone like portability.

The device features a 5.3-inch Super AMOLED screen, designed to provide a high-resolution experience for viewing e-books, PowerPoint presentations, news apps and web-pages comfortably with minimal scrolling or zooming.

According to Samsung, the screen is also large enough to allow split-screen operation and multi-tasking.

The Galaxy Note features advanced pen input functionality, which has been deeply integrated into the Galaxy Note's native applications to provide a richer interactive experience. The incorporated digital S Pen is designed to be used for sketching and artwork. These personalised images and notes can be then shared via text message, email, and Samsung's ChatON communication service.

The device utilises on a 1.4 GHz dual-core processor, and features HSPA+ network speed.

The Galaxy Note runs on the Google Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) overlaid with Samsung's proprietary TouchWiz user interface.

The device weighs 178gms and is 9.65mm thick.

The Galaxy Note, it now available at all major electronics retail stores across the UAE in the white and black options. The Galaxy Note (black) 16 GB and Galaxy Note 32 GB are retailing for AED2,999 and AED3,349 respectively and the Galaxy Note 16GB in white is available for AED3,099.

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