Mobile phone recycling may be on the increase as punters make room for the new Samsung Note.
And make room they must, as this new phone-tab hybrid has a monstrous 5-inch plus screen and as the name suggests, can be used as a notepad as well as a conventional mobile phone.
HD Super AMOLED handset which comes complete with a stylus called the S Pen. The introduction of this ‘S’ Pen is a nod to the old school, when styles handsets where 10 a penny. They’ve since fallen out of favour with the emergence of more accurate and responsive touchscreens. However, the rapid development of the app market means there are many downloadable packages available whereby having a precise drawing tool is actually quite handy.
The digital S Pen can be used for precise drawings or fine art, while the superior handwriting recognition allows the user to capture and share any idea on other devices without the need for subsequent digitization; handwritten text is converted with accuracy in digital characters.
The Galaxy Note has a beast of a 1.4GHz ARM-based dual-core processor deep inside, which suggests it is going to function at warp-speed though, and while some apps run like a dream, there is a bit of lag when dropping into things like the web browser.
If the Note sounds like your kind of device, but you’re not entirely sure how you’re going to stump up the cash for it, think ‘sell my mobile for cash’. We all have a bundle of old mobile phones hanging around the house and many people are still oblivious to how much these models might be worth. Sell your old phones today and splash the cash on this beast of Gadget from Samsung.