The Samsung Galaxy range is seeing an increasing number of added features to meet the needs ranging from smartphone users. Two recent additions are the Galaxy R and Galaxy Note.
Samsung Galaxy R
The Samsung Galaxy R is similar in many respects to the popular Galaxy S2 manufacturer, although some lower quality features like camera and processor, to make it more accessible. The device has a number of beautiful well specifications. It has a 4.2 inch screen with a resolution of 480x 800, dual-core processor clocked at 1 GHz, a 5 megapixel camera and runs on Android Gingerbread OS. 3G and Wi-Fi provides connectivity options with the Internet, and of course, users can download applications from the Android Market. The Samsung Galaxy R offers everything you might need a smartphone, with the added advantage of being more affordable than the Galaxy S2.
Samsung Galaxy Note
The Samsung Galaxy Note is a unique smartphone for several reasons. The screen is a very impressive feature, but all aspects of the specifications list includes high-end features. The camera is 8 megapixels and can record 1080p video, and 3G Internet connection provides download speeds 21 Mbps, which is the highest currently available. A dual-core processor is also included with the Galaxy Note, which has a huge 1.4 GHz of processing power, resulting in unmatched performance for all aspects of the phone.
As you can see, the Galaxy Note and Galaxy R are two very different phones. The Galaxy R is more likely to suit those looking for a high performance smartphone without paying too much, while the Galaxy Note is the ideal smartphone for those who are enthusiastic about gadgets and technology. If you are interested in any of these devices, you'll be pleased to know that several British manufacturers offer the Galaxy Note for free on selected tariffs, while the Galaxy R is available in SIM free offers, allowing you to choose the network and rate you prefer.