American Mobile Gambling Coming Soon to the Samsung Galaxy Note
Jan 18, 2012
Samsung Galaxy Note
A renowned industry analyst confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy Note will be making its way to several US mobile carriers.
Right before the start of CES in Las Vegas, fans of mobile casinos learned that the Samsung Galaxy Note device will appear on the US market through AT&T network.
Now, Paul Mueller, a renowned industry analyst, confirmed that one of the most popular current mobile casino gambling tools will also become available at Sprint and Verizon. He said: “It will possibly be called the Galaxy Journal. But it is certainly coming to both Sprint and Verizon during the first half of the year.”
The unexpected name change can suggest that both Verizon and Sprint could be receiving their own branded versions of the smartphone. In any case, the Android casinos gambling wonder is slowly but surely heading for the eager US market.
The Samsung Galaxy Note has a giant 5.3 inch 800×1280 WXGA SuperAMOLED screen and an 8MP snapper on the back. In terms of power department the 1.5GHz dual-core Scorpion CPU, 1 GB of RAM and Adreno 220 GPU are more than enough to provide high-class mobile casino games experience.
Another notable feature of the smartphone is its S-Pen, the unique pressure sensitive stylus. A giant 2500mAh battery ensures that mobile gambling can be enjoyed on the Samsung Galaxy Note over a long period of time.
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