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Samsung Galaxy Note Review: is it a Tablet or a Phone?

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Samsung Galaxy Note Review: is it a Tablet or a Phone?

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Display

Samsung have once again set the standard for OLED digital display, a segment of the display market they have always led. The success of the Samsung television range has been transferred to the note and has impacted beautifully on the display quality of the Samsung note. The note brings the one thing AMOLED displays have lacked…High Definition resolution. This massive screen serves to fulfill the feel of phone/tab hybrid. The contrast this display offers is awesome, deep blacks and strong and vibrant colors are reproduced incredibly well. The over-saturation common to AMOLED displays is much improved here by default, and three saturation options are offered if you still want to tweak it further. The display makes for comfortable reading without having to zoom and scroll left or right to adjust. The note was a perfect companion for researching and writing my thesis recently.

 

Reception and call quality

As every user of telecom services in Nigeria has experienced, the Samsung galaxy note is blameless for a number of failed connections and service fluctuations. Sound quality is good (as expected) although I haven’t used the note as a voice calling device, but hooking the note to a wireless ear piece gives that home studio sound effect straight to your ear drums

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