As you can see from the leaked press shot of the AT&T Galaxy Note, the home button and two capacitive buttons on the bottom of the device has been replaced with four capacitive buttons that AT&T customers have been accustomed to with Samsung devices.
The Samsung Galaxy Note has already been released in other markets around the world but it is yet to be officially launched on any network in the U.S. Although a few days ago, Samsung confirmed that the Galaxy Note would be coming to the United States at some point in the future, so it make sense that device will be release with AT&T LTE carrier and might show off at CES 2012 next month. There are rumors that AT&T Galaxy Note will have a near field communication chip (NFC) along with LTE capability.
The phone, which features a monster-sized screen measuring in at over 5 inches, has garnered a bit more interest than initially expected. In terms of hardware and software, the Galaxy Note has a 1280 x 800 pixel Super AMOLED display with 285 pixels per inch. The device is powered by a 1.4 GHz dual core processor, 1GB of RAM, and Android 2.3 Gingerbread with Samsung’s TouchWiz UI. An Android 4.0 upgrade is slated for Q1 2012.
Source – SamMobile