CNET editor Brian Bennett asks the New York City public what they think of Samsungs Galaxy Note.
(Credit:Brian Bennett/CNET)Any device that tries to combine two devices into one is asking for trouble and random people we spoke to agree.
New Yorkers are a scrappy bunch, always moving fast with no time to dilly dally.
Devices like the Motorola RAZR and Bionic, Samsung Galaxy S2 and Galaxy Note, and the HTC Sensation series, have all been promised to receive the update but no new Android devices appear to be launching with anything higher than Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
This wild product sits somewhere between atablet and a smartphone, with it’s massive 5.3 inch screen, 4G LTE, and yes, a stylus.
The screen size places it squarely in the middle of being a smartphone or tablet, while the S Pen offers another input option that could prove more useful to business users than consumers.
The people we spoke to pulled no punches, telling us either that they could never give up their iPad andiPhone for one hybrid gadget.
Others said, heck yeah, a union ofAndroid phone and tablet works perfectly for them.
Take a look at our street level video view of the Note then read our full review of the device so you can decide for yourself.
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