liwen · Dec 14, 2011 at 03:01 pm

What Can You do with 1280×800 Resolution on a Phone?

Call it a phone or a tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Note is perhaps both with its massive 5.3″ display. Not only is the screen large, but it’s extremely high resolution – 1280×80 pixels to be exact, which is the same amount of pixels found on the Galaxy Tab 8.9 and 10.1. With so many pixels, you have a huge canvas to work with on your homescreen. There’s a thread over in the Galaxy Note forum where people are posting screenshots of their homescreens. Click on to the discussion thread to see how people are taking advantage of all 1,024,000 pixels of the Note!


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