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Hands On: Samsung Galaxy Note for AT&T

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Don't know--


Jan 9, 2012, 2:53 PM
--what Samsung was thinking with this one.

Jan 9, 2012, 3:19 PM
that they just sold me a new phone!!!

Jan 9, 2012, 3:20 PM
They were thinking of people like me! I have MS and I currently carry a phone and the original 7" Galaxy Tab. The problem for me is that with my decreased hand dexterity, juggling two or three devices results in dropped devices and frustration. When this comes available in my town, I am definitely going to get it. It's largeness will help me to hold it better and the pen will help me, since I have lot's of contracts to keep track of, plus it will allow me to have my customers sign the contracts directly on my device! It will be my all in one solution!

Jan 9, 2012, 3:29 PM
muchdrama said:
--what Samsung was thinking with this one.

I agree. I'm sure there's a userbase for this somewhere but I can't see it for me. It's too small to be tablet and too damn big for a phone. That **** looks like it takes up your whole face lmao

Jan 9, 2012, 3:40 PM
How can you both agree that you don't know what samsung was thinking AND see there's a user base for this phone/tablet??? Pick a side, you can either
... 1) not know what samsung was thing releasing a 5.3" device
... 2) agree there is a market for this device and
...... 2a) want and like it
...... 2b) not want and dislike it

Jan 12, 2012, 8:12 PM
they made it because they can, why should the dell streak be the only big a$$ phone/tablet device out there? the more the merrier. watch all the rap artists and wanna be's be the ones carrying this phone. train commuters and frequent flyers can also enjoy this phone instead of logging around more devices than just one.

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