Samsung GALAXY Note Samsung Galaxy Tab

Samsung Galaxy Note vs Samsung Galaxy Tab

Samsung GALAXY Note

Reasons to consider the Galaxy Note

4G, Android-2.3.5
Network Much faster max data speeds HSPA+ (84 mbps) vs HSDPA (7.2 mbps) Higher theoretical max data transfer speeds over cell networks (more than 11.5x faster)
Weight Much lighter 178 g vs 380 g 2.1x lighter
Size Much smaller 83×147×10 mm vs 120×190×12 mm 2.3x smaller
Screen type OLED screen Super AMOLED vs TFT LCD The Note has a OLED screen, which are generally brighter and more vivid
Screen PPI Significantly higher PPI screen 284 PPI vs 169 PPI Around 70% crisper display of text, images and video
Camera resolution Higher resolution camera 8 MP vs 3 MP Take photos with more than 2.5x more detail for larger prints
Movie format Higher resolution movies 1080p @ 30fps vs 720 x 480 @ 30fps Shoots high resolution Full HD (1080p) video
Processor Faster processor Unknown, 1400 MHz vs Samsung Hummingbird, 1000 MHz More powerful processor, snappier and more responsive (40% faster)
Screen resolution Higher resolution screen 800x1,280 vs 600x1,024 Around 70% higher resolution screen
Thickness Thinner 10 mm vs 12 mm Around 20% thinner
Samsung Galaxy Tab

Reasons to consider the Galaxy Tab

3.5G, Google Android 2.2 (Froyo)
Screen size Significantly larger screen 7.0"" vs 5.3"" Around 70% larger screen


Common Pros and Cons

Compared to recent cellphones

Pros Cons
Screen size Large screens
Galaxy Tab7.0""
Bluetooth Recent bluetooth support
GPS Have assisted GPS
Assisted GPS
Multi-touch Both support multi-touch
Intuitive gestures such as pinch to zoom
Touchscreen type Touch sensitive screens
Easy to use with your fingers
Wifi Both have fairly fast wifi support
802.11n (150 mbps)
Thickness Thin
Note10 mm
Galaxy Tab12 mm
compatibility-score Works with many headphones
Weight Heavy
Note178 g
Galaxy Tab380 g


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Which phone do you like, and why?

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Avatar for kusnul kusnul (9:12 AM, August 06, 2012)

Both support multi-touchIntuitive gestures such as pinch to zoom