It’s official: Samsung has just announced that AT&T will be offering its Galaxy Note, bringing the device to the United States.
News broke yesterday that the Note would be making its way to AT&T, after posters displaying the device with the Ma Bell moniker were plastered around the CES convention center. The Note is already available in Asia and Europe, selling 1 million units since its release.
In addition to support for 4G LTE connectivity, the Galaxy Note will pack a faster 1.5GHz processor compared to its European variant. The 5.3-inch device will sport a Super AMOLED 1280 x 800 display and will run Android 2.3 Gingerbread. The device will support a proprietary active stylus called the S Pen and can be used to make phone calls.
The Galaxy Note initially came under fire for its size, as it rides the line between smartphone and tablet. Yet, despite its awkward build, the Galaxy Note earned praises for its superb display and exceptional performance in our full review.