T3 Does It Again With The Galaxy Note Book Concept

February 9, 2014 - Written By Orlando Lambert


That’s right folks. I said it. The Samsung Galaxy Note Book. T3 has been swinging for the fences with their concept releases as of late and this one is no different. If you are a lover of all things Samsung Galaxy, then this little number may pique your interest. Have you ever wanted a nice Samsung Galaxy tablet that you can fold into a phone? Yes, no, maybe? Well, T3 has released a concept render of just that, a Samsung Galaxy Tab that can fold in the middle to be a Samsung Galaxy Note. I did a double take after seeing this beautiful render. T3 has been showing amazing concept phone designs for some time now and this one is not a disappointment.

You probably remember one of the more recent T3 Concepts we showcased a little while back, which was a concept render of the Samsung Galaxy S5. That concept was impressive in and of itself. T3, now, comes to the table with the Samsung Galaxy Book. This phone, should it ever be developed by Samsung, would have one of the most innovative features. I can go from a 7.9-inch AMOLED slate tablet display with a 3072 x 2560 pixel resolution to a respectable 5.5-inch 2K smartphone display. You bet, this device would be capable of being both tablet and/or phone when you need it. I would be harboring a 5 megapixel camera capable of 720p video recording. The device concept from T3 has 3GB of ram, a Li-Ion 9500 mAh battery to power the device that runs on 64 GB of storage and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 CPU. This all would run using the Samsung Magazine UX.

In my thoughts, the device, would it ever be made would have to handle the issue of having a hard to detect hinge where it folds. The screen would need to have all the protections available to help it be durable under repeated use. I would assume the phone would need extra care and attention to accomplish this, but I could be wrong. This is a wonderful concept. Take a look at the concept picture and video below to see it for yourself. So, what do you think of it? Good idea, bad idea, or maybe more of wishful thinking? Leave your interesting comments below and keep it locked to Android Headlines for more news and reviews.