Samsung Galaxy Note Headed to Vodafone Australia Soon


Aussies will soon be able to carry Samsung’s 5.3-inch phoneblet, the Samsung Galaxy Note, as carrier Vodafone has announced that they will be offering the device to consumers in that region. The Galaxy Note features one of the best processors around in Samsung dual-core Exynos, as well as one of the biggest screens we’ve ever seen on a phone – 5.3 inches.

Coupled with an S Pen (a digitized stylus) this is sure to be a popular item for those who like to write their notes instead of type, and for those who like to draw up concept images on a Super AMOLED Plus display rather than on paper. Unfortunately, Vodafone only offered up a launch window of “coming soon” so keep your eyes on their Twitter account for new details every day. [Twitter via Ausdroid, Android Central]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. phablet or tone??? we will surely come up with a nifty nickname for these kind of devices…

  2. I’m guessing they don’t have LTE down unda so they can keep the Exynos.  Good on ya!

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