Since a black variant isn’t much of an option, the Samsung Galaxy Note handset will also be available drenched in the shade of ceramic white, in Canada. Launched back in October of 2011, the device is said to have achieved around 5 million sales worldwide.
Running on the Android Gingerbread OS, the handset is mainly aimed towards professional use. It employs a 1280 x 800 pixel HD Super AMOLED touchscreen which is 5.3 inches wide and comes equipped with the S Pen, a stylus that’s said to deliver added capabilities to Note owners in terms of input options. Powering this gadget is a 1.5GHz dual core processor and a 2,500mAh Li-ion battery.
Paul Brannen, Vice President, Mobile Communications at Samsung Canada, expressed, “Galaxy Note continues to delight customers with its incredible versatility and unique user experience and we are excited to introduce a new colour of the popular Samsung Galaxy Note to Canadians. Designed to capture, share and create content like never before, the Galaxy Note combines the power of a tablet with the convenience of a smartphone to bring an all-in-one device to the Canadian marketplace.”
The device is expected to receive the Premium Suite upgrade that tags along the Android Ice Cream Sandwich OS and various other enhancements like an intuitive interface and new applications, designed specifically for users with the S Pen. This software release is expected to roll out during the Q2 of 2012.
The Samsung Galaxy Note ceramic white variant price tag reads as $199.99 and it is already available for purchase through various network carriers and select retailers in Canada.