The Legendary Steve Jobs once said that “People don’t know what they want until you show it to them”. This statement revolutionized the way manufacturers thought about products that people will want to use, before they actually felt the need to. The rush to develop the next big product resulted in the development of everything from Smartphones to tablet computers. The advent of Smartphones changed the way we communicate by transforming the humble cellphone into a multi-purpose gadget that can also work as a music player, a GPS navigation device, a digital camera, and even a small computer for those basic computing needs. However, with a stiff competition for the evolving market of tablet computers, which can do all tasks of a Smartphone and offer a much bigger display, the Smartphone market needed a revolution and the revolution came in the form of Galaxy Note N7000 from the house of Samsung.
The Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 3G cell phone was the first product of its type that managed to integrate a phone and a tablet computer in a single package. Lovingly called a “Phablet”, the Galaxy Note proved to be an immediate success since people didn’t actually want to carry two different gadgets that basically performed the same tasks. The success of the Galaxy Note N7000 can be attributed to innovative design and features, some of which have been detailed below.
Basically, the difference between a Smartphone and a tablet computer is the size of the display. To make sure that the Galaxy Note N7000 3G Cell Phone can serve as a “Phablet”, Samsung integrated a whopping 5.3-inch Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen into the device. With a resolution of 800 x 1280 pixels, the display churns out life like picture quality and graphics, something that wasn’t previously possible.
High powered processor:
To turn the cellphone into a fully functional tablet computer, Samsung had to innovate and bestow the Galaxy Note N7000 with a highly powerful processor. The innovation resulted in the inclusion of a dual-core 1.4GHz ARM Cortex-A9 processor, which is mated to the Mali-400MP graphics processing unit. The processor powers the cell phone’s Android Gingerbread operating system, which users can upgrade to Android Ice Cream Sandwich.
Unlike most other Smartphones that come with a 5MP primary camera along with a secondary VGA shooter for video calls, the Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 comes with an 8MP primary camera and a secondary 2MP camera. The device can record Full-HD video at 30fps too.
While most of us spend handsomely in purchasing a Smartphone and then a tablet computer, the Samsung Galaxy Note N7000, which is priced along the lines of most high-end Smartphones, can function as both, while saving you the money you would have spend for purchasing the second gadget.