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Galaxy Note finally making its way to T-Mobile

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 31 Jul 2012 22:41

Galaxy Note finally making its way to T-Mobile T-Mobile will be finally getting the Samsung Galaxy Note, six months after rival carriers made it available.
The massive 5.3-inch display phone will cost $200 or $250 with two-year service, depending on the type of plan you choose.

Samsung's device runs on Android 4.0 ICS, has access to T-Mobile's fast HSPA+ 42 network and comes with Samsung's Premium Suite of apps pre-installed.

The Premium Suite "provides a range of productivity-enhancing features, such as the S Pen, S Note, S Memo and Polaris Office. Now T-Mobile customers can write notes, to-do lists and annotate documents; share ideas and edited content; and create documents, presentations and spreadsheets to maximize efficiency while on the go. S Note helps to professionalize communications by providing templates for seven commonly used documents such as an idea note, travel notes, diary entry, meeting notes and recipes. S Note also allows you to import and annotate a PDF file and convert dictated or handwritten memos to text with the Continual Voice Input and Handwriting-to-Text features. With S Memo, Galaxy Note users have one-touch access to creating a typewritten, handwritten or voice dictated memo; researching information during creation; and adding an image."

Galaxy Note devices have a massive 5.3-inch HD Super AMOLED screen (1280800 resolution), run on dual-core 1.5 GHz Snapdragon S3 processors, have 1 GB RAM and dual-cameras.

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