Samsung is slowly unveiling their launch plans of their new handset, the Galaxy Note. You might remember, earlier we had updated you with the launch of the device in the US the UK, and rest of Europe. The latest news will surely cheer up the Sammy fans in Australia as they will soon be bale to play with this hybrid device.
Importantly, the Australian market is the second one to have a confirmed launch of the Galaxy Note. According to Samsung Australia, the long-awaited Android smartphone is expected to release in the country by early 2012.
The comment from a Samsung Australia spokesperson stressed that the company is working with partners for the launch of Galaxy Note by early 2012 and that it won’t happen this year too.
The smartphone-tablet hybrid device introduced at IFA Berlin surprised everybody with the large 5.3-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen with 1280 x 800 resolutions. The Android 2.3 powered device is supported by a powerful 1.4 GHz dual-core processor, 1GBRAMand 16 GB built-in memory.
The company believes that the multi-touch input stylus – S pen – will allow users to scribble and draw thereby reducing the use of paper, tablet and other devices.
The photo freaks will love the different modes of camera, which will allow them to click variety pictures and the front shooter that permit video calls.
The aspect which still remains hidden is the price. Stay tuned as we go looking for more on that.