Samsung Galaxy Note N7000

By | April 15, 2012

                Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 is one of the expensive mobile from Samsung. Note is as huge as Tablet. If you start using Note later you may feel uncomfortable to switch to small phones. Samsung Galaxy Note is powered by fast and powerful dual core 1.4GHz ARM Cortex-A9 Processor with 1GB RAM and Mali-400MP GPU. The new feature introduced in Note is WiFi direct. WiFi Direct will enable the phone to connect and share without a router.

Specifications of Galaxy Note N7000

Dimensions : 146.9 x 83 x 9.7 mm
Battey : Li-Ion, 2500 mAh
Display screen Size: 5.29 Inches
Resolution :  800 x 1280 Pixels
Colors support : supports for 16 Millions of colors
Primary Camera : 8 MP, 3264×2448 pixels with autofocus, LED flash
Secondary Camera : 2 Megapixel

Talktime : 26 hrs (2G), 13 hrs (3G)
Standby Time : 960 hrs (2G), 820 hrs (3G)
Internet Features: Push mail, Adobe Flash 10.1
USB connectivity: Yes, micro USB, v2
Operating System : Android v2.3 (Gingerbread) OS with Touchwiz 4 launcher.
Processor : 1.4 GHz ARM Cortex-A9, Dual Core
Graphics : Mali-400 MP
Display Type :  HD Super AMOLED
Color   : Black and White
Sensors : It has Accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer.
Messaging : SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM, RSS.
Browsers : HTML5, Adobe Flash
Video files supported : Supports MPEG-4, H.263, H.264, DivX, Xvid, WMV, VC-1, 3GP, HD Video Playback

Price : 32,700/- in Rupees.

  • 5.29-inch HD Super AMOLED Touchscreen
  • 1.4 GHz Dual Core ARM Cortex-A9 Processor with 1GB of RAM
  • Full HD 1080p video Recording @30fps
  • TV-out (via MHL A/V link)
  • Supports for Java via Java MIDP emulator

The unboxing video of Note N7000 is as shown below

Here are the user’s reviews and opinions about the Galaxy Note N7000

User I.

 I bought this phone 10 days ago and have been using it every day since then and here is what i think about this phone. 

Pros : 
1. Having this phone is like having a portable laptop with me all the time. 
2. Camera is superb.
3. Stylus is very comfortable to use. 
4. nice memory and processor speed. I often run 3-5 apps at a time and i hardly notice and performance degradation. 
5. Great number of apps and games.
6. Considering the massive screen and its capabilities battery lasts about a day to day and half. is better then the most smart phone and lot better than iPhone 4s (which dies with in a days use for the same amount of usage).

1. Although it fits nicely into pocket, its massive size is not as comfortable as other smaller phones.
2. Phone hanged on 4 day. (although a faulty app caused the hang. it still shows that android has good scope to mature further)
3. UI is great but not as smooth as iPhone.

all in all i am glad i bought this phone and i would choose galaxy note over iphone 4s any time.

Galaxy Note is really handy and easy to carry. 

Eventually, its each ones discretion of being either in heaven or hell …………………. with Galaxy Note I feel satisfied about my decision and I am in heaven¦¦ CONGRATULATIONS !!!! to all those who feels the same with Galaxy Note WELCOME TO THE FAMILY.

User III.

As far as GUI is concerned galaxy note does a fantastic job. Browsing, Reading docs, etc is fun. But BIGGEST DRAWBACK of galaxy note is its audio. Its hopeless. Absolutely no surround sound no matter how good headphones one uses. And ya ZERO BASS as well.

User IV.

Best Phone ever!!!
I was in a dilemma whether to purchase Note or not.. Everyone suggested that the biggest disadvantage in note is its size.. its quite big.. But something made me to go for Note.. and trust me I am in love with NOTE.. :-)
I wont be comfortable with small mobile phones now.. that is the drawback of note.. ;-)

User V.

The best phone I’ve ever used! Currently am using iphone 4s and Note.
Sorry apple fans( so am I..) but Note has overdone itself this time!
I’m using the ICS 4.0.3 currently.
There are no apparent lags as I heard from others.
The gaming is the best in its kind. No other device is so good in supporting full HD games as note!
Hats off!

User VI

Its been two days now since I’ve received my Galaxy Note and goodness, am I glad! The Note has utterly redefined the way I look at smartphones, no longer can I look at anything less than a four incher without cringing…the Note’s supreme five point three inch super amoled display has set the visual bar so high I’m afraid no phone will ever surpass the glory that has been revealed unto me. Pardon the emotion.

There’s a good reason why I beleive the Galaxy Note is the best phone on the planet as of now. Period. You see I’ve been using the HTC Desire HD for the past couple of months and although it was a great phone, it did have some very serious issues. The most annoying of which was the earth-shatteringly poor battery life. The Desire HD lasted a day at best, no matter how much I coaxed the bugger it would just blink off and die at the end of the day and that was annoying. To make matters worse, there were no reliable extended battery packs, the handful that were there were extremely limited thanks to HTC’s unibody design…a power nightmare.

So you could imagine the look on my face when Samsung announced that the Galaxy Note would be packing a stellar twenty-five-hundred mah battery, I think my Desire HD’s twelve-hundred and thirty mah battery curled up and called it quits. So indeed my expectations for the Note were high. I was not disappointed. The beast gave me two hours of 3G surfing, three hours of video, an hour and half of calling and an hour of playing games…at the end of which, it still had a good thirty percent juice left! And this with the battery literally new- gobsmackingly brilliant!

Almost everything is a comfort, from typing to using the s-pen. Although I must admit I do miss HTC’s predictive keyboard- which in my opinion is the best darn keyboard. Now a couple of words about the s-pen. First its the best thing since sliced bread, no seriously its that good, it makes me wonder why no other major manufacturer thiugh about it. No the s-pen does not work with the Galaxy SII or other capacitive phones and yes I’ve tried using it so. Secondly, and the only grouch, there is a noticeable lag if you swipe quickly while say making a sketch. This is most likely a software issue and I do hope Samsung will fix it in their IceCreamSandwich update. Fingers crossed!

In every other area the Galaxy Note does not disappoint. The speed at which the phone goes about its regular “chores” is staggeringly fast and the browser opens more than seven web pages without breaking a sweat. YouTube 1080p playback is smooth and glitch free while watching videos and playing games is second to none. Again there is no other phone that has a display as mesmerizing as the Note’s. The front and primary cameras are stellar. Video recording is second only to the iPhone’s, its worth mentioning that video recording is the only area the iPhone surpasses the Note. Office documents and pdf files open utter ease and the finesse with which the Note accomplishes its tasks is admirable.

I don’t think I’d ever want another phone

Author: Ravi Bandakkanavar

A Techie, Blogger, Web Designer, Programmer by passion who aspires to learn new Technologies every day. It has been 6 years since I have been publishing articles and enjoying every bit of it. I want to share knowledge and build a great community with people like you.

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