3 ‘weird’ reasons to buy Samsung Galaxy Note

Samsung Galaxy Note is a phone which gets the stares. In the past two years no other phone has made that distinction. There is a deluge of similar looking smartphones which has made it difficult to differentiate between smartphones. Samsung Galaxy Note with its 5.3 inch screen has made sure that no other phone can mimic it so easily.

Samsung Galaxy Note comes with a 1.4 GHz dual core processor, 8MP camera, 2MP front-camera, an SPen, 5.3 inch HD Super AMOLED screen and costs Rs. 32700. Usually these are the reasons you buy a phone for. And yes it’s powered by Android 2.3. But we got 3 non-obvious reasons why you might actually buy a Samsung Galaxy Note.

Stand out

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It’s simple really. Samsung Galaxy Note stands out because of its size. A 5.3 inch screen size isn’t something you find on many phones. In fact, Dell Streak is the only other phone which had that distinction but some reason Streak didn’t sell.

A mobile phone is still a personal thing and for many it’s a style statement. Galaxy Note oozes style in ample amounts with its big yet sleek structure, it’s stylus and the neat leather cover it comes with. If there is a phone which is both functional, stylish and is also a fashion statement, then it’s Samsung Galaxy Note.

Free headphones

Buoyed by the success of the phone and its 5 million shipments, Samsung is throwing in samsung philanthropy samsung galaxy note free headphones Samsung Galaxy Note samsung corporate social responsibility a Rs. 3490 worth Sennheiser headphones, 150,000 songs, Rs. 2999 worth gaming downloads and a sexy flip cover.

These goodies have to be redeemed by going to the Galaxy Note microsite and entering your phones IMEI number, email and your mobile number. This offer is valid for phones purchased between 15 April 2012 and 31 May 2012.

This is a first of a kind offer and it makes Galaxy Note even more desirable.

Help a kid

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You can call it Samsung’s social responsibility or yours but if you buy a Galaxy Note a kid in Tamil Nadu will go to school. Through its programmes of Samsung Super Kids and Mission Education Samsung will be donating Rs. 100 per one device sold between Feb 2012 and June 2012 to these programmes. Samsung has selected two NGO’s – Aid India and Smile Foundation.

Come to think of it, they aren’t so weird after all.