When you buy a smartphone under the Galaxy Note brand, you have a good idea of what you're getting yourself into. Over the past few years, the Note series has become iconic for offering the very latest specs, Samsung's S Pen, and large displays. All of these things are great, but one of our forum users had an idea for something different.
Would anyone be interested in a Galaxy Note phone that's not so big? Having the S Pen and all of the newest features in a more pocketable package does sound somewhat intriguing, but most of the Android Central community doesn't seem to be on-board with this at all.
Here's what they had to say.
Now, we'd like to pass the question on to you – Would you consider buying a smaller Galaxy Note?
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