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Following on from the hugely successful Galaxy Note the Galaxy Note II keeps those unique features that made the model so popular, these are the large touch screen which borders on tablet territory and the S-Pen technology for intricate and precise screen work.
Taking some extra design cues from the top-end Samsung Galaxy S3 the Note 2 is a more rounded and sleek device than the previous model with new hardware for extra speed and even more power.
The main Super AMOLED HD touch screen now measures 5.55 inches (as opposed to the 5.3 of the previous Galaxy Note) and the phone is powered by a super-fast 1.6GHz quad-core processor with 2GB of RAM, on the reverse is an 8 mega pixel camera with features like Best Photo launched in the Galaxy S3 and a front facing 1.9 mega pixel camera for video calling.
The Galaxy Note 2 runs on the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean software platform with extra support for S-Pen apps as well as plenty of Samsung's own software titles pre-installed, as with most Android devices it connects using fast 3.5G networks, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB, NFC and GPS.
Powered by a massive 3100 mAh battery the Galaxy Note II measures 80.5 x 151.1 x 9.4 mm and weighs in at 182.5g, that's just 10g heavier than the previous model and actually slimmer by 0.6mm!
What our expert thinks of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2:This is a really exciting upgrade to the original model with far more power and speed, the larger screen makes web browsing, watching media and playing games even better and the new quad-core chip along with the Android Jelly Bean OS makes for a super-smooth user experience.
If you're looking for the very best in mobile technology along with the unique feature of being able to use a stylus for handwriting and close control then the Samsug Galaxy Note 2 offers it all!
NB: This the Samsung N7100 version of the Galaxy Note 2, if you are looking for the 4G enabled edition N7105 model then check out the latest Samsung Galaxy Note 2 LTE 4G deals.
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