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    Samsung Galaxy Note render spotted with AT&T logo


    A render of The Samsung Galaxy Note has been spotted sporting AT&T's logo. As previously reported a week and half ago Samsung announced that the Note would be hitting US shores sometime in Q1/Q2 and revealed at CES 2012. There was no mention of a carrier specific release though.

    These renders seem to circulate around every big release and a lot of times do not pan out so there is no way to verify the veracity of this render. With CES 2012 right around the corner we'd thought we'd share this little render with everyone. The Europeans surely have taken a liking to this device. It will be interesting to see how well this very large handset does in the states.

    For those needing a refresher on the specs feast your eyes on this bad boy once again:

    5.29″WXGA Super AMOLED (C-type touch), Full Touch Bar
    Android OS: Google Android 2.3 Gingerbread
    21M + HSPA, LTE
    8MP AF with LED flash, 2MP Camera Front
    HD Recording (1080) / MHL ver1.0
    A-GPS, GLONASS / BT v3.0 + HS / USB v2.0 / WiFi (802.11 a / b / g / n) / OTG
    Sensors: Accelerometer, Compass, Proximity, Light, Gyro sensor, Barometer
    TouchWiz 4.0 for Android, Multistage, Augmented Reality, Integrated phonebookwith SNS, IM, Email, Face Recognition, etc.
    WiFi calling, Qik
    NFC

    There is no mention of specific processor but some sources have speculated it will be the Exynos 4412 (Quad-Core). For more discussions, be sure to visit the Galaxy Note Forum.

    Source: Sammobile

    Last edited by dgstorm; 01-02-2012 at 02:38 PM.
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    I just don't know how well I would enjoy carrying around a phone that size. I do like the capabilities, but I think that's almost "to big" for every day use.
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    Did I mention I got some hands on time with this (literal) beast a few days back, it's nothing short of HUGE - but I watched one get purchased over the Nexus it was mounted right next to

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    The local best buy had a display of all the Galaxy tabs down to the Galaxy Notes....I didn't realize there were so many. But yeah its a bit too big for my taste.

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    Crazy but there's more!

    my husband and i were very loyal customers to AT&T for 5 years but ended on very bad terms because of the issues we were havings that were very serious and they wouldnt fix it! We were hacked by thousands and being tethered to on our iphones without even having the tethering plan.Calls and messages were blocked and even caused jobloss and has now led to my family having to have new identities.The problem started in may and we had to get new verizon phones from 2 states over without our names associated in hopes that we would at least be able to make calls.Twist with this....we went to android somehow we have gotten 10 different phones through verizon with all having applewebits,safari ,and hidden apple drivers in our droids! that might be the reason at&t got a false letter from apple stating we had jailbroken our phones and really they refused documentation after asking to fix the problem but not by just wiping the phone because it had all my sons pictures from the nicu and was only onesa i had because i plugged my phone in and it wiped everything.now....we cant even have any phone now.I'm currently an ITT student because of how serious it has gotten.I have had to pay phone hop lately and you wouldnt beleive how hard those things are to find these days!We have went thru 4 carriers,plan and prepaid,and over 20 phones since may...scary part,we are illegally wiretapped by many! I dont think Apple will get away this time! Be careful everyone and beware of technolgy moving too fast.My family needs your prayers,especially my daughter,3 and son,1. happy new year to you all!
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    Uhh, OK....

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