Samsung’s Galaxy Note was the first device to cross over into ‘phablet’ territory with its 5.3 inch display and built-in Wacom digitizer and stylus. There were plenty of detractors of the gargantuan phone, but it sold over 10 million devices in 9 months–running Gingerbread and a relatively older dual core SoC. Enter the Galaxy Note II, revealed...

How useful is a stylus for your smartphone? Well that depends, which type of smart phone do you have? In our latest survey, we polled our readers regarding the usefulness of the stylus–essentially a pen for your digital device display. Before capacitive touchscreen displays became common place (think back to the early days of Palm devices), you may recall the...

At long last, the fabled Samsung Galaxy Note has touched down in the United States via AT&T, and we are lucky enough to have one in our possession! We, like many of you out there have been curious about what new features the Galaxy Note brings to the table, and this will be the first of many articles detailing these new features. Today we have discovered 3 ways to...

The Samsung Galaxy Note is taking the world by storm as a 5.3-inch, tablet/phone hybrid with pen and paper capabilities. If you’ve been wondering what kind of hardware powers this curious beast, you’re in luck for Samsung has done a full tear down of the Note. Let’s go over some of the key features that the Galaxy Note brings to the mobile device table. 1....

The Samsung Galaxy Note may appear to just be a supersized Galaxy S II, especially since it’s powered by the same beefy Exynos processor, but their are quite a few additions to this smartphone that can’t be overlooked, the latest of which is LTE support. The lucky citizens of South Korea now have access to the Samsung Galaxy Note LTE, which is now being sold...

IFA Berlin proved to be a successful hub to show off their ever-groundbreaking hardware. This year, we were greeted with many nice surprises and the Galaxy  note wowed spectators with its enormous 5.3 inch screen with a stunning 1280 x 800 display. Better yet, the screen comes with Samsung’s “S Pen” which transforms the tablet into a drawing and note...