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April 29, 2012

HTC to launch a 5 inch Smartphone to take on Samsung's "Galaxy Note

Seemingly impressed by the success of Samsung's Galaxy Note, HTC is now seems to be readying a 5 inch smartphone which may be launched later this year.
Leaked information about Verizon's roadmap points out that : There is soon going to be a competitor to Samsungs Galaxy Note.  HTC is expected to launch  a “Galaxy  Note” like device with 5-inch touchscreen supporting 1080p HD resolution. This handset will have quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor with Adreno 320 graphics and feature HTC Sense 5.0 UI.

This has been revealed by the Verizon roadmap for the year 2012 that indicated an HTC smartphone with 5-inch full HD display, quad-core Qualcomm processor, HTC Sense 5.0 and Scribe technology support. Obviously these details  aren’t forthcoming at this stage

HTC plans to implement its Scribe technology which will enable users to make the best of the Magic Pen that was introduced with the HTC Flyer. Of course, we expect to see leaner version of the same Magic Pen. The 5-inch HTC phone-tablet will be powered by a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 'Krait' family mobile processor and will integrate Adreno 320 graphics.

With the highest quality graphics and quad-core mobile processor, this HTC phone-tablet note might turn to be bit expensive. HTC will also introduce its next generation HTC Sense 5.0 User interface with that phone-tablet.

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The 5-inch form factor allows one to have a device which is a cross between a tablet and a smartphone and in the process allowing one to ditch the concept that they need two separate devices, which a certain brand seems to strongly advocate. 

HTC, in the recent past have successfully launched the One X, the world’s first quad-core smartphone and it has done quite impressively in the market as well

April 9, 2012

Samsung Galaxy Note Features and Performance

Samsung Electronics, the world's top technology firm by revenue, will report strong first-quarter profit of around $4.5 billion on Friday on soaring sales of its flagship Galaxy smartphones and the new Note, a mini-tablet and phone.
Samsung introduced the Galaxy Note, a mini-tablet and phone with a screen half the size of the iPad, in late October, and the top-end model has quickly become its core profit earner.
Sales of the Note, which has revived the throwback stylus function, have topped 5 million, increasing the competition against Apple Inc and smartphone strugglers HTC , Nokia and Research in Motion.

Recent reports confirm that Samsung has sold over sold 2 million Galaxy Note,worldwide amidst a booming tablet device in 2012..The Galaxy Note was announced by Samsung during IFA 2011 in Berlin. It was released to the public starting with Germany in late October 2011, with other countries following shortly after that. By the end of November, it was available in most major markets, including East Asia, Europe and India.

Samsung, which raced to the top of the global smartphone rankings last year with close to a fifth of the market, from just 3 percent in 2009, should consolidate its position with more product launches, including a revamped Galaxy S, over the next few months.