Are you all aware that Sammy has recently launched a new device called Samsung Galaxy Note, which has got a huge monster sized 5.3-inch screen? So, how should we treat it? As a smallest tablet or a hybrid handset? How awesome is that? Well, we’re sure that you all are extremely aware of the most popular Samsung Galaxy S II handset and that it is having everything you want from a high-end smartphone. Samsung Galaxy S II is the fastest-selling Samsung phone ever with 5 million devices sold in 85 days in Europe and Asia. Sprint’s Galaxy S II aka Samsung Epic 4G Touch is now available to purchase in the U.S. and it is also coming to AT&T, T-Mobile very soon. The Samsung Galaxy Note has also been gathering considerable buzz since its launch time.
Of course, many of you must be asking yourselves two questions: Which is better and why? Both the phones are awesome in terms of looks, style, and apps, but the main things that would decide the phone’s fate (success/failure) are the power life, internet connectivity and dealing. Galaxy S II’s Super AMOLED Plus has an awesome display in terms of size, contrast, display quality etc, but the Galaxy Note has got a HD Super AMOLED display and the high resolution is the real advantage here for the upcoming Galaxy Note.
Samsung Galaxy Note that recognizes not just touch control with our fingers but Samsung’s packed digital stylus pen, enabling the handwriting recognition to take notes. Would a 5.3-inch 1280 x 800 HD Super AMOLED display be too big ? when 4.3” would’ve been just fine, which is very easier to handle? The Samsung Galaxy S II is the slimmest smartphone (consumes less power), slimmer than even the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc and slimmer handsets are always the better options to go for. Samsung Galaxy S II has already been a huge hit and with the Galaxy Note is rumored to be launching in November.
# Both the Samsung Galaxy Note and Samsung Galaxy S II are running Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS.
# Both devices are featuring 8MP primary cameras, which can record 1080P HD videos.
# Both have powerful dual core 1Ghz+ processor (1.4GHz for Galaxy Note, 1.2GHz for Galaxy S II) with 1GB of RAM.
# Both have excellent batteries, but the Galaxy Note will take the battery performance crown.
So, the specs are the key players here. I am putting a specs comparison table here, so that you can see how they all stack up and you can choose a victor here yourselves.
Samsung Galaxy Note Vs. Samsung Galaxy S II:
So, which device you want? The Samsung Galaxy S II or the newly launched Samsung Galaxy Note smartphone-tablet-hybrid? Tell us in the comments below!!