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CES: Samsung Mobile Announces The Galaxy Note Bound For AT&T’s 4G LTE Network

While a lot of people were speculating that Samsung Mobile wasn’t bringing anything big to CES, the company just announced three new devices coming to the US. The first of these three devices is an already well know device: the Galaxy Note. The Galaxy Note has a massive  5.3 inch Super AMOLED display and a 1.5 gHz dual-core processor. The device also comes with the S Pen, allowing users to write with a traditional writing device, and the screen size only complements this feature.

The Galaxy Note will be coming to AT&T as a 4G LTE device sporting a huge 2500 mAh battery to handle the LTE network. The device comes with 16GB of on-board memory and is expandable to 32GB of memory on top of that. Also along for the ride is an 8MP rear camera and a 2MP front facing camera. The Galaxy Note is a HUGE device that is sure to bridge the gap between tablets and smartphones. Pricing and release dates will be given in the near future.

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