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The Samsung Galaxy Note II is actually 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.
Huge and vibrant high-def display.
Fast quad-core performance.
Much improved S Pen.
Dual-view multitasking option.
Long battery life.
More compelling than its predecessor.
Design just too big for some shoppers.
Camera struggles in low light.
S Voice still feels second-rate.
It's tough to use with just one hand.
By TechSpot on November 15, 2012
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 TweakTown on May 02, 2013
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 LanOC Reviews on February 19, 2013
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...
By ConsumerSearch on February 01, 2013
Bottom LineAn unlikely merger of smartphone and tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Note II phablet builds on the unexpected popularity of its 5.3-inch predecessor with a larger 5.5-inch screen, highly improved pressure-sensitive S Pen and two-day average...
By ModSynergy on January 12, 2013
There's not much not to like with the new Samsung Galaxy Note 2. It's virtually better in about all areas compared to the original Note. It's got a slightly larger screen size, much faster with 2 extra cores making it a Quad-Core, better...
By GadgetSpeak on January 10, 2013
Small, medium, large plus IOS, Android, Windows operating system are just some of the options to be taken into consideration when selecting a smartphone. Check out this model from Samsung....
By GadgetNutz on December 22, 2012
Posted in Cell Phones, Mobile Device Reviews, ReviewsSamsung Galaxy Note 2Samsung really keeps coming out with great smart phones. The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 continues this tradition. Not only does it have the usual Samsung features but this one adds a...
By 3G UK on December 13, 2012
The Samsung Galaxy Note II LTE offers the same amazing power and impressive 5.5in display as its predecessor. The S-Pen is so useful it avoids being gimmicky, and while the device is really a niche product, if you can deal with its size, there’s...
By MobileTechReview on December 06, 2012
As with the first generation Samsung Galaxy Note, if you don't mind a very large phone and your use tends more toward web, email and video more than voice, the Samsung Galaxy Note II is a unique cross-over phone that works both as a small tablet and...
By CNET Australia on December 05, 2012
The Note 2 could appeal to students, to artists, to business professionals and, yes, even to those who aren't invested in tablets, but would like a larger screen. However, many people won't feel drawn to use the S Pen, and the Note 2's...
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