Smartphone-Tablet, also called Phablet, is in this season! This is due to the fact that customers have been intent on getting their hands on the new Samsung Galaxy Note by the South Korean mobile manufacturer, Samsung. The large screen was appealing to the masses that other manufacturers are starting to develop their own large screened phones, among these is Panasonic’s Eluga Power.
Samsung Galaxy Note is like the larger version of the flagship phone of Samsung, the Galaxy S2. Samsung Galaxy Note may not win over most of the customers for compatibility but it is the start of the integration between smartphones and tablets. Samsung Galaxy Note compared to Panasonic Eluga Power is curvier and slimmer while the Panasonic device is rectangular with a slightly smaller screen compared to the Galaxy phone. Despite the differences, both devices are surely attractive.
Aside from their large screens and sleek designs, both phones are jam packed with awesome features that will surely blow consumers away. The 5.3 inch screen of the Samsung Galaxy Note is equipped with the newest Super AMOLED tech with the Gorilla Glass shield which protects the phone from dusts and scratches. This screen has a 1280 x 800 resolution that has very excellent viewing angles and colors.
The pixel density rages at 285 pixels per inch, which is very good for surfing the net and watching movies or reading ebooks. The Panasonic Eluga has a 5 inch screen that has the LCD tech, the screen resolution of the handset is 1280 x 720 pixels and has a higher PPI compared to the Note at 294 PPI. It’s another draw for both super powered phones. These phones are great for android phone fanatics who prefer large screened phones. But they may not be very appealing for tablet lovers or consumers who prefer the 3.5 inch to 4.65 inch smartphones that even the features of the two powered phones may not be enough to change their minds.