Galaxy Note fans in the U.S. have something to cheer for, as AT&T announced its version of the Samsung giganto Android phone. Our own Jon Rettinger has been running around CES with his international version of the 5.3-inch Note, and even these jaded tech journos and show exhibitors have been stopping him at every turn, inquiring about it.
At the show, he got to peep the American version and snagged some footage of the device, which offers support for the carrier’s 4G LTE network, four buttons, a faster 1.5Ghz CPU and a textured rear panel, which makes offers better grip than the smooth back on the European and Asian version. This stylus-packing beast also gives users the stunning HD Super AMOLED screen (at 1,280×800 px), an 8 MP rear camera (2 MP front), and high-capacity 2,500mAh battery.
To check out the tablet/phone heading to Big Blue, click play on the video. And then let us know what you think — in this world of epic touchscreens, does this look like too much phone, or the perfect marriage of smartphone and tablet?