Anything related to Samsung Galaxy S III and the Galaxy Note II device soon hits the news. Galaxy Note 2 device was announced by Samsung at Samsung UnPacked event in IFA 2012 earlier this month. Just like Galaxy S III was launched back in June, today Samsung has unexpectedly announced Galaxy Note successor in United States and its availability via the five US based mobile carriers.
Samsung has revealed that Galaxy Note will be a device available for all and whether you are on Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile or US Cellular, it will be launched on all the networks. The exact pricing and the retail availability will be available individually by each of the carrier and it’s said that it will reach the manufacturers by mid November.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is optimized for the fast, efficient 4G LTE network and HSPA+ coverage combination with best capabilities and features. Galaxy Note 2 is the combinational mixture of Galaxy S III and the Galaxy Note 2 providing completely a different experience altogether. Coming as the Galaxy Note successor it’s with redesigned S Pen and app and includes the quad core Exynos processor which enhances the creativity skills and the overall productivity.
Going through the specifications briefly it includes 5.5 inches HD Super AMOLED display screen providing an aspect ratio of 16:9. It’s with 2 Gb of RAM and includes the 16 GB internal storage capacity. It’s the first smart phone to be announced with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean pre installed on the device. The device includes the 3100 mAh battery and its 24 percent larger than the original Galaxy Note. Finally to wrap it up, it will be launched in various colors like sky blue, navy blue, pink, green, red flip covers included in the box content itself. Samsung will be targeting to sell atleast 20 million Galaxy Note 2 handsets, thanks to a strong platform set by Galaxy Note which has crossed more than 10 million units sell till now.