October 29, 2012 10:23am
Samsung is fully aware of its responsibilities to loyal customers and shareholders to keep the company growing at a steady pace. In an effort to sustain such a pace, the company has been introducing the world to Note, a line of S Pen-enabled phones and tablets. Samsung clearly sees this market as separate from its mainstream phone line, and the two won’t necessarily cannibalize sales from either one.
According to a DLNA certification filing, Samsung could be readying two more Note variants, the GT-N5100 and GT-N5110. SamMobile suspects these might be smaller versions of the Note 10.1, likely with and without cellular radios respectively. Considering the company has released 5.5- and 10.1-inch models of the Note, and has a propensity to “fill in the gaps” in its screen sizes, these could come between 7- and 9-inches, according to the leak. The device(s) also sport a 1.6Ghz quad-core Exynos 4412 chip, the same as the current Galaxy Note.
For comparison, the current Galaxy Note model is GT-N7100, while the Note 10.1 is GT-N8000. So, what do you think? Would you buy a 7-inch Galaxy Note?