Looking back on the development process of Galaxy Note series (part 1)

Looking back on the development process of Galaxy Note series (part 1)

So Samsung has officially unveiled Galaxy Note9 at Unpacked 2018 event taking place in New York, USA with many improvements in configuration and features.

Samsung Galaxy Note9 is equipped with microprocessor manufactured on 10nm process to improve with the fastest network speed today (up to 1.2 gigabits per second), RAM up to 8GB, internal memory is up to 1TB and 6.4-inch Super AMOLED screen.

Compared to the previous models, especially the “early” Galaxy Note series, it can be seen that the ‘Note’ series has really made strong strides both in terms of design ideas and visibility and performance. reason to become a “monster”.

Samsung Galaxy Note1

At the IFA event in Berlin in 2011, Samsung impressed the tech world with the Galaxy Note release – a device with dimensions of up to 5.3-inch.

Surprisingly, not many people received Galaxy Note as a breakthrough. Even so many experts at the time criticized that this size was “too big” and “unnecessary”.

Looking back on the development process of Galaxy Note series (part 1)

At that time, Samsung equipped the Galaxy Note 1.4-GHz dual-core Exynos processor, ARM Cortex-A9 CPU, Mali-400 GPU and only 1 GB RAM.

Besides details such as 8 MP main camera, 32 GB internal memory, 2,500 mAh battery, running Gingerbread Android 2.3 operating system, Galaxy Note also carries the power from S-Pen touch pen – feature line follower ‘ phablet ‘since then.

Samsung Galaxy Note2

A year after the launch of the first generation, Samsung continues to bring to the Galaxy Note II with even larger size, up to 5.55-inch and is the largest phone in the world.

With the difference comes from a series of new features such as touch pen, Super AMOLED screen technology, and much larger screen size than most smartphones of the time, the Galaxy Note II quickly reaped many great successes in terms of sales.

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