Samsung Galaxy Note 1 to Galaxy Note 6 – The Flagship Journey
Since the release of the first device in the Samsung Galaxy Note series, the T-Mobile Galaxy Note, the Samsung Galaxy Note line has enjoyed tremendous success, due to the high-end specs and premium experience it delivers to its users. Even as far back as 2012 when mobile phones and BlackBerry devices were still reigning in the market, Samsung Galaxy Note 1 came out with a 5.3-inch Super AMOLED screen (oops!) And became the king of all smartphones at the time. Today, we bring to you the full list of all devices in the Samsung Galaxy Note series, from the Galaxy Note 1 to the Galaxy Note 4 Duos to the not-yet-unveiled Galaxy Note 6. So sit back, grab a cup of coffee or water as the case may be, and join me on the journey. Read on…
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All Samsung Galaxy Note Smartphones from Samsung Galaxy Note 1 to Present 2016
We know you want to read about all these phones at once. To make Navigation easier for you, we’ve included a list of the smartphones we’re discussing up here. Click on any of them to jump to the contents.
T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note
Being the first of the Samsung Galaxy Note series, wide publications were made for its release. At its time of release in 2012, the Samsung Galaxy Note was available exclusively in U.S.A and started shipping to other countries in the weeks after its release.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition
One thing that made this tablet stand out was the inclusion of support for Stylus pen input. The device was made available in various storage variants.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is the third in the Samsung Galaxy Note series and an improvement on the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, otherwise known as Samsung Galaxy Note 2014 Edition.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 & Note 4 Edge
Released in 2014, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 brought a great revamp of specs to the Samsung Galaxy Note series. The device was the first Note to feature Samsung’s new camera technology, Optical Image Stability (OIS). Also released alongside the Note 4 was the Galaxy Note 4 Edge, the variant of the Note 4 with an ‘edge’ – a curved screen display around the phone’s right side. In terms of specifications, the Note 4 Edge is 0.1 inch wider than the Note 4, with most of the other specs remaining the same. We made a comparison of the specifications and features of the two identical smartphones.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Duos
Shortly after releasing the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Note 4 flagships, Samsung Mobile again outed the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Duos, a variant of the Note 4 with two SIM slots. Even though the Note 4 Duos is a variant, it still exists in three variants, two of which work only with China telecoms networks, and the third compatible with global networks.
Samsung Galaxy Note 5
The 2015 Samsung Galaxy Note flagship, the Note 5 was released among great anticipations and anxiety from fans and lovers of previous Samsung Galaxy Notes. The device comes with a combo of specs designed to last you for a long time without you thinking of replacing it. In December 2015, the Korean branch of Samsung announced the release of a Special Winter Edition of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 with a larger storage capacity than the original device. Then early this year, the same Korean branch Samsung Korea announced the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Dual, a dual-SIM variant of the Note 5 exclusively for India. They really made the device available and suitable for each and every needs the user might possess.
Samsung Galaxy Note 6 (Upcoming)
For lovers of flagship Android devices, the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is the most anticipated device right now, along with Apple’s iPhone 7 and Google’s Nexus devices billed to be released later this year. Just a few weeks ago, some new photo renders and a video render was leaked to the public, raising the level of anticipation among digital audience.
That’s all for now. We are expecting the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 to be released sometime in the fourth quarter of the year, and to run the latest version of Android at that time.
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If you didn’t find your favorite device up there and you’d like us to include it, simply comment below. We’ll be updating this list every month as more Samsung Galaxy Note devices are released this year, and we’ll be releasing lists of other smartphone brands released in 2016 very soon.
Which of these devices do you like the most? Which one do you hate the most? Or which one are you neutral about? Tell us in the comments box below. Let the conversation begin!