Samsung has released the Galaxy Note II, with a 5.5-inch stylus-enabled display and 1.6GHz quadcore processor. The note will be running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean with 2GB of RAM.
According to Slashgear, The Galaxy Note II feature:
- A fatter, longer stylus – though still fitting it into the body of the phone itself – with a new rubber tip for more comfortable handwriting and sketching.
- It’s 9.4mm thick and 180g, an HD Super AMOLED, has lost a few pixels in width – it’s now 1280 x 720 rather than 1280 x 800 – but the battery has gained capacity, now up to 3,100 mAh.
- Connectivity will likely include various 4G models, along with NFC, WiFi and Bluetooth.
In a statement to Slashgear, Samsung US said, “Samsung Mobile is planning a U.S. version of Galaxy Note II, which will be available later in 2012. Building on the success of the original Galaxy Note, we’re confident that the Galaxy Note II continues to redefine what consumers should expect from their smartphone and delivers a powerful, innovative and unique experience. Exact timing and retail channel availability is not being announced at this time, we will continue to share information as it becomes available”
Posted at August 29, 2012 19:12 |
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