AT&T-flavored Samsung Galaxy Note stops by FCC
Is there a hotter phoneblet on the market today? A few could probably argue that the Lenovo LePad S2005 is looking pretty tight, but the majority of people interested in a large phone are probably setting their crosshairs right on the Galaxy Note's 5-inch display.
It's already been available in Korea for a week and a half now, which is probably why this news is so exciting. I would think that if an AT&T variant of the Galaxy Note is hitting the FCC's tables, the real-deal won't be too far behind.
Although I'm an iPhone user, I seriously would've considered getting the Note if it was released earlier. Android is great, but I don't like it at all on small screens. Since it is capable of running on a multitude of different resolutions and screen sizes, I find that smaller screens are pretty darn cramped, which certainly distracts from some of the awesome live wallpapers on the Android Market. The Note's 5-inch display, as well as the useful stylus recognition and elegant hardware, will probably make it a serious contender in the smartphone race even here in the States.[FCC via Engadget]