Fancy a white Samsung Galaxy Note? Well if you’re in Korea or nearby, you’re in luck. Samsung Korea has just introduced the white version of the Galaxy Note and it should go perfectly if you have or are planning to get the white Samsung Galaxy S II or the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 which is also available with a white back panel. Anyway, nothing much has been changed in this white iteration of the Galaxy Note from the black version which incidentally has sold more than 60,000 units in South Korea since it was launched a couple of months ago. Unfortunately, no word yet from Sammy if this white version of the LTE-equipped Samsung Galaxy Note is going to make it to the US. If it doesn’t well, you will have to contend yourself with the black version instead. And if you’re not convinced that the Galaxy Note is one of Samsung’s biggest (literally and figuratively) smartphone to date yet, let me remind you of its major features which include – a 5.3-inch HD Super AMOLED Display, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 8MP camera, Wi-Fi, Android 2.3 OS and 2500mAh battery. If you’re still not convince that the Galaxy Note is a great Android smartphone, watch out for our full review coming out soon. I’m just putting this giant baby into a rigorous usage testing for the past couple of days and will have the review ready before the week ends.
by Arnold Zafra on December 21, 2011 at 6:15 am
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