GNote owners have a wide range to choose from, including a cover from Samsung that adds minimal extra thickness and weight to the already large phone. Plus, the best cases take a cue from the Note's versatility and do more than just protect.
It’s not out of the question for Samsung and Verizon Wireless to bring the GNote to the Now Network. Samsung has a habit of releasing major phones across multiple carriers with little or no difference between models. And I admit, I want this to happen. Badly.
If you're more comfortable using a regular-sized pen, Samsung has an accessory that should please you. The $59.99 Galaxy S Pen and Holder Kit has both an extra S Pen and a Holder that makes it the size of a normal pen. You get the side-button functionality and everything, just in a larger form factor.
We awarded the $299 Samsung Galaxy Note a Most Versatile Device award in large part due to this phone's two most prominent differentiators: the large 5.3-inch screen and the S Pen. However, just being big and new and pen-enabled isn’t enough to capture the hearts of the Android-loving populace. You need the newest OS, a powerful processor, LTE speeds, and a high resolution display. Oh, and it should make phone calls.