For some of you, there's no such thing as too huge when it comes to smartphone screens. The larger the display, the more space you have to read e-books and news stories, play games, and immerse yourself in photos and video graphics. Whether you have enormous mitts, a just a penchant for big, beautiful screens, or the desire for a smartphone that performs tablet functions, there are for you.
(Credit: Josh Miller/CNET) Samsung Galaxy Note (T-Mobile, plus AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, U.S. Cellular), February 19, 2012 The screen size grandaddy of them all, Samsung's Galaxy Note with its 5.3-inch HD display took everyone by surprise, and some by delight. This is the phone that kicked off "phablet" frenzy when it first debuted at the IFA conference about a year ago. Samsung intentionally billed the Note as a crossover device -- part phone, part tablet -- but outfitted it with a stylus and productivity tools that offers an intentional take on the user experience.
Whether you, like CNET photographer Josh Miller, call it the Samsung Galaxy Large or you prefer to think of it as the Galaxy Just Right, the (recently updated) Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich device is now available on two U.S. carriers. Read the ... [Read more]