Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Review

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Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has finally been introduced! At the world’s leading electronics fair, the Berlin IFA, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 became a real star, just as its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy Note, did last year. Now it remains for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 to repeat the success that its remarkable predecessor had.

The fact that it is thinner and lighter than it will definitely help him, but also the fact that it comes with a powerful and redesigned S Pen, but of course also an enormous 5.5-inch screen and new software.

First of all, based on the available photos and a short video presentation, it is clear that the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 looks really impressive. It is very similar to the Samsung Galaxy S3 and it seems to be a recipe that Samsung will stick to in the coming period.

The screen resolution is similar to that of the original Note. In fact, it is a shade weaker and is 720 × 1280, compared to 800 × 1280 pixels, as much as its predecessor. The technology in which the screen is made remains Super AMOLED. It seems that this kind of screen is not equal to those used by LG in IPS technology or the one well known from the powerful HTC One X smartphone. In any case, a shift has been made in terms of pixel density and quality.

In physical terms, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 corresponds to the Samsung Galaxy S3 smartphone. The new Samsung Galaxy Note 2 uses an identical 8-megapixel camera. And the software interface fits the S3 phone, with minor changes due to the use of “S Pen” and of course running on the Android 4.1 operating system (Jelly Bean).

Samsung will offer the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 in two colors (white and titanium gray) and with three options when it comes to internal memory (16GB, 32GB, and 64GB). RAM will have 2GB of space.

And the battery is something that the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will be able to boast about. With 3,100 mAh, it will be able to race with the most powerful battery from the Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx, of course, if we accept that 5.5 inches are a smartphone and not a larger device.

We also mentioned new software. It is specially adapted to work with a pen, so it is possible to place the pen some 10 mm above the screen, which will recognize it as if it is leaning against it. is an affiliate. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.
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