If you've been eyeing Samsung's Galaxy Note but don't want to pay full price, 1SaleADay may be able to help. 1SaleADay has listed the Unlocked, 16GB variety of the Galaxy Note on eBay for just $549.99 (with free shipping). That's a cool $50 less than the last deal we saw on the Note.


For those that may not be familiar with Sammy's first ever "phablet," the Note, which promises "the best of a phone and a tablet," has some pretty sweet specs (including its luxuriously enormous display):

  • 5.3" Super AMOLED display
  • Android 2.3 Gingerbread (with ICS reportedly on the way in Q2)
  • S Pen Stylus
  • 16GB Internal Storage (with microSD slot)
  • 8MP Rear camera / 2MP front-facing shooter
  • 1GB RAM
  • 1.4GHz dual-core processor
  • 2500mAh Battery

Sound good? Thought so. Click through the link below to take advantage of the deal.

Samsung Galaxy Note on eBay

Via: FatWallet

Liam Spradlin
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  • spydie

    I have one. It's sluggish, lags, and limited support on android market (nope, never going to call it google play) and NO support from Samsung USA on unlocked international phones. Apps that will download on the ATT version (Omnisketch comes to mind) says "incompatible device" on the N7000 international model. A call to Samsung to find out WHY garnered a quick "We don't support unlocked, imported phones. You'll have to contact the country it was designed for." I'll never buy another international phone.

    • noted

      My Note is fantastic and is far from laggy. But, then, I have att's version. Hopefully, in a month or so, it will have JB.

  • jeff donuts

    laggy with a 1.4 exynos? (insert ''bitch please'' meme here)

    • omnom

      Just because it has an exynos doesn't make fast :O the galaxy tab 7.7 has one too and unfortunately its laggy.. which is mostly due to honeycomb but still

  • http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/UnNews:United_States_May_Not_Be_Center_of_the_Universe A Non US person

    US only, Fail.

    The United States, long considered to be the only terrestrial land mass of any significance, may in fact be one of dozens, or even hundreds, of countries that occupy the Earth, if a controversial new report is to be believed.