Unboxing: Samsung Galaxy Note
This is a matter of personal opinion, but based on tests so far (using the iphone series, a few HTC phone, sony-ericssons and the like, even its same brand offering samsung), The Samsung Galaxy Note is by far the best Android Phone(or if I may be bold, the best mobile phone) in the market today
(Please Check My Post Date, as you may be reading this a Year Later when I originally posted this unboxing).
For Specs Sheet (since GeePlease plans to always go to the nitty-gritty part, and considering other sites like GSMArena does a pretty good job displaying the details), then go over to GSMArena for the Galaxy Note technical details. (Oh and they have a bunch of review there too, and I will be covering my personal take soon too after using it for about a week so I can personally write in detail my personal Experiences with the Samsung Galaxy Note. I will try to write that review using the G-Note, and I will post a bunch of screenshots to show you that.)
Now for the Unboxing:
The Samsung Galaxy Notes Box looks pretty unassuming, it is white and the size is about a mm more than the actual unit size since the phone itself snugs quite nicely inside the box. A few rainbow gloss text are applied to the main Text for the Classy Appeal. But I assure you wont take a second look with the box’ simplicity.
The Phone has plastic wrapped all over it so dont forget to remove them before using as I forgot to remove them and I looked like a chump trying to peel plastics on the go. It is placed obviously on the front and the back, where the front plastic prominently displays logos of the features of the Galaxy Note like the HD Amoled logo, WIFI and a bunch more.
The less obvious ones are on the side all around the shiny plastic area of the unit. Inspect it closely and remove accordingly.
Underneath the tray where the phone is laid in are the Samsung Warranty Card, Quick Start Guide, the USB cable for charging and data management, The Charger with the USB port (and a UK adapter comes with mine). The earpiece in white which has controls for answering and rocker and extra earpiece covers. The battery is also outside the unit that you should install first before powering up. It is pre-charged so you can check the unit after putting the battery in.