Samsung Galaxy Note Android Smartphone heading to Australia in ‘early 2012′

new samsung Galaxy Note Android smartphone
Samsung has confirmed it is expecting to launch its Galaxy Note Android smartphone in Australia in “early 2012″. Although no additional information about the phone’s price and exact launch date have been disclosed, Australia has become the second country that confirmed the Galaxy Note’s availability. The Samsung Galaxy Note was announced at IFA in Berlin and Samsung officially stated that the Galaxy Note will be introduced in the U.K. beginning November samsung Galaxy Note Android smartphoneThe Galaxy Note is an unusual device which blurs the lines between a phone and a tablet. Samsung’s promoting the phone as the ultimate note-taking device for business professionals, as it also comes with a pressure-sensitive stylus that can be used anywhere within the UI. The Samsung Galaxy Note has a 5.3-inch tablet-phone with a 1280×800 display which racks up 285ppi. It runs Android 2.3 — expect Ice Cream Sandwich when it launches here — and is powered by a 1.4GHz Dual-Core CPU. There’s an 8MP camera on the rear which shoots 1080p and a 2MP camera on the front which shoots your face. The battery is 2500mAh, so you should get a full days use out of it. [via]

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