Samsung Galaxy Note Primarily Targets Female Users?
It’s hard to decide whether the Galaxy Note is a phone or a tablet, but one thing’s for sure: It’s one of the most awesome devices of our time. With a 1.4GHz dual core Exynos processor powering a 5.3″ 1280*800 screen, this device is your ultimate nerdgasm. But there’s something even more interesting — Samsung describes this device as a ladies phone? Here’s Samsung’s explanation about this statement:
The Galaxy Note is really good for the female market, a merger between smartphones and tablets. To have a handbag and be able to put a 5.37-inch phone in instead of a 10.1-inch tablet is something that I think will capture the female market. We will be looking at special propositions for the female consumer. There are different colour waves, thoughts and propositions that we hope to unveil later this month.
What do you think ladies? Are you really going to be stuffing a tablet in your “handbag?” How about the guys? Were any of you looking to purchase the Note but now feel like it will deal a blow to your masculinity? Give us a shout in the comments and if you find yourself looking for more info on the Galaxy Note, I suggest you check out our previous coverage for full specs.
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