Samsung Galaxy Note II

  • Samsung Galaxy Note II
85
Based on 151 scores, 423 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    92
  • Good:
    45
  • Average:
    10
  • Bad:
    4

The Samsung Galaxy Note II is slimmer and thinner than its predecessor. The Galaxy Note II has a 1.6 GHz quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and 16 to 64GB of internal storage to handle your daily activities. A microSD slot adds even more memory by providing the option of supporting an additional 64GB of storage.

Expert reviews and ratings

By TechSpot on 85

The Samsung Galaxy Note II's above average size is both a gift and a hindrance. The fact that a phone could be so large to be considered a tablet means that it has added benefits that most handsets lack, but it also has challenges unique to this phone.

By mobilephones.com on 88

The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 at first glance is, to put it bluntly, huge for a mobile phone. The screen measures a whopping 5.5 inches, compared its predecessor's slightly smaller 5.3 inches, and the Samsung Galaxy S3's 4.8 inches. Considering its size,...

By TopTenREVIEWS on

The Samsung Note 2 has a huge 5.5-inch HD Super AMOLED display with 1280p resolution – one of the biggest screens you can find on a phone. In addition, the S Pen stylus definitely qualifies the Galaxy Note 2 as a phablet, since it's – just a hair too...

By Phone Arena on

Anyone who has already gone through our Samsung Galaxy Note 3 review knows that the smartphone ranks among the best ones money can buy. It is an embodiment of high-end technology, and even though it doesn’t come cheap, it offers quite a lot of bang...

By Whathifi.com on 80

For all this, the Galaxy Note 2's size will no doubt be the, well, biggest aspect for most people to think about. But you can rest assured that if you do want that big screen, everything else this smartphone offers is more than up to scratch. See all...

By Good Gear Guide on

Samsung may have already sold 10 million units of the original Galaxy Note but the company has just unveiled its successor, the Samsung Galaxy Note II. It has a larger 5.5in screen, a faster, quad-core processor and runs the latest version of Google's...

By Phone Arena on

Not many of Nokia’'s smartphones are worthy of bearing the PureView badge. The title is given to only the maker’'s best cameraphones, among which is the Nokia Lumia 920 from last year. This particular smartphone, however, wasn'’t quite as capable as...

By Phone Arena on

Samsung's love affair with big screens may have started with the Note line of phones, but the Mega portfolio is really something else. “Mega” apparently stands for the largest screen you can put in a phone and still call it that, while the Note...

By Phone Arena on

The Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8 and the Samsung Galaxy Note II have a lot in common, don't they? Both are massive, feature-rich smartphones that are made for multimedia consumption and large-screen entertainment. Both have Android running on them...

By The Mac Observer on 70

I liked this Samsung Galaxy Note II.I could live with it.It's not as big as I thought it would be. But it dwarfs the iPhone 4S and 5.It's a geek toy with lots of features and functions, and that will appeal to some, not others. I personally enjoyed it....

By TweakTown on 79

I came from the Sony Xperia Z review directly to the Note II and expected the transition to be better, for Samsung, but it's not. Sure, it's a great phone, but it has a specific audience. Those who want something bigger than the 4-something-inch...

By Phone Arena on

Sure, the Galaxy S4 may be a smartphone, and the Galaxy Note II may be more of a phablet, but that doesn't mean that consumers will necessarily make such a destinction. In reality, both handsets look very similar, with one of them having just a...

By TechRadar AU on 90

Buying guide 20 best mobile phones in the world today Samsung has taken a product many people - including us - expected to sink. It's built on that and given us something even better. Faster, stronger, better looking, and more functional. It's better...

By gizmag.com on

99 percent of us have nothing to worry about here. This battery is a beast. Expect iPad-like uptime. LTE Not every version of the Galaxy Note II has 4G LTE radios. And your local carrier might not support LTE anyway. If you can get LTE, though,...

By makeuseof.com on

The Samsung Galaxy Note II is an Android Jelly Bean driven hybrid between a smartphone and a tablet. Its key features are a 5.5-inch large HD Super AMOLED display and an integrated active stylus, called S Pen. Assisted by multi-window view and many other...

By GSMArena on

We come to the end of our first phablet shootout. It was only logical that the market segment that experienced staggering growth over the past year and a half will start producing fierce clashes of its own. Samsung has certainly enjoyed the time when...

By techview.co on

With many manufacturers choosing to use the Android operating system, the difference between two devices can often come down to hardware features and the different User Interfaces that run on each smartphone. For Samsung, their Android smartphones run...

By Phone Arena on

It is evident from the design and screen size that the LG Optimus G Pro is shooting for Samsung Galaxy Note II's market niche, so a heavyweight fight between the two is warranted from the get-go.The G Pro so far has been announced in two versions –...

By gottabemobile.com on

The Galaxy Note 2 is an impressive smartphone that delivers productivity and features worthy of the large size. With a keyboard or by itself,the Galaxy Note 2 is a powerful mobile companion that lets me get work done when there is a break in my day.After...

By LanOC Reviews on

I'm sure a lot of you are up in the air with the Note 2, its size really limits the market. The truth is, Samsung has the Galaxy S3 for people who don't want/need a larger device. The Note 2 fills in a hole in the market that other manufactures have...