updated 03:05 pm EST, Fri January 6, 2012
Samsung Galaxy Note on ATT seen more completely
The AT&T version of the Samsung Galaxy Note has been more fully seen in a full press render on Friday. Similar to AT&T's Galaxy S II, the Note seen by PocketNow would be visually identical to the international version other than getting away from the iPhone-like navigation controls. A "4G LTE" status icon at the top removes any doubt that the phone and tablet crossover has been upgraded for the US.
Samsung's device centers on a 5.3-inch, 800x1280 screen that provides a larger canvas for its included, tuck-away stylus. The dual-core 1.4GHz phone still runs Android 2.3, but comes with a number of apps for drawing, note-taking, and other tasks that would benefit from the pen.
A February 14 date on the screen might be a clue as to the release date, although these are only sometimes used as hints. Pricing as an LTE phone on AT&T could see it cost $250 or more on contract.