With a 5.3-inch touch screen, the Galaxy Note is significantly wider than most smartphones on the market. Into the existing Galaxy Note, AT&T’s take adds two other things: support for AT&T’s 4G LTE network and a faster 1.5 GHz processor.
Note features 5.3-inch HD Super AMOLED screen (1,280×800 pixels), which glance clear, colorful, and gorgeous. As with the international version, it packs an 8-mega pixel camera, a 2-megapixel front-facing camera, and a large, 2, 500mAh battery to help supported that huge screen.
The Galaxy Note comes with a stylus, called the ‘S pen’, which is housed within the device and which can be used to write notes on the screen as one would on a piece of paper.
While, Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 on Verizon is being allocated as the thinnest and lightest of Samsung’s tablet line, which of course comprises the popular Galaxy Tab 10.1.
The Tab 7.7 is the first tablet with a 7.7 inch Super AMOLED Plus display at 1280 by 800 pixel resolutions. The panels went into mass production back in August 2011. Super AMOLED Plus’ benefits comprise high brightness, which may assist reading in quiet environments, and vibrant colors.
The Tab 7.7 has features such as a 1.4GHz dual-core CPU, 1GHz of memory, and 16GB of storage. A microSDHC card slot sits beside the left vertical side, along with the Verizon LTE SIM card slot. The rear-facing camera is 3-mega pixels with flash, front-facing camera 2 mega pixels.