First Look: T-Mobile's Samsung Galaxy Note supersizes its screen
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First Look: T-Mobile's Samsung Galaxy Note supersizes its screen

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If a big screen is never big enough for your tastes, the Galaxy Note's 5.3-inch, stylus-friendly display is up your alley.

Atlanta your -- Christina. Personally at the Samsung galaxy note for T-Mobile. We first saw this enormous sound -- some people call -- a tablet non tablet. For AT&T this is the T-Mobile version. There are a couple of differences -- opt -- first of all this -- comes with Ice Cream Sandwich right out of the box second while it also comes with a couple productivity apps. That they originally eighteenth he found and it's honestly doesn't it. Also run on T mobile's fastest urging network that is the HS keep plus 42 network. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- The screen is a whopping five point three inch HD display. And that makes the entire phone rather large so it's big in the hand the day. Huge in the pocket on your ear in fact I think it literally -- -- -- -- however there are are some things like with a large screen gives you great platform. For watching movies for playing games. For reading things online are also the productivity tools and here. And found with -- -- wonderful little stylus. A little bit too small feels -- not as comfortable to hold as aftermarket silence but Apple of course cost more. However if you're kind of person is very creative if you like to take -- in meetings if you like to doodle. Then this also gives you that capacity so large screen plus productivity slash artistic features and that's what really that's -- dry it. Beyond all that the phones still is a phone it's an 800 Smartphone. I've run Android four point oh ice -- as I mentioned. In addition to that it's got an eight megapixel camera with 1080 Ph.D. video capture and playback. Cameras very strong as well it's got a two megapixel front facing camera which is really -- A one point five gigahertz dual core processor -- pretty fast as well as a large battery in here battery life you know depending on how you use any phone. It could be a lot longer you don't use it as often use it how believe -- you will need to recharge at. You should definitely read my full review for all the tips and tricks that the productivity tools but one thing -- will -- is that in -- -- you can do things like. Camera eight and it will strap in tight script. You can -- -- -- the triangle and show with perfectly measured -- also in the settings you can actually tweak the amount to view. -- the keyboard off to one side an app called one handed operation. And shrink a little bit of an ever and then you can title -- That's an overview and T-Mobile Samsung galaxy. He environments five point three -- -- four point oh mark. I just about -- for CNET -- -- overview at cnet.com.

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