Market Status: Available in India
Release Date: 2012-09-27
Updated on:Nov 28, 2014
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The Ultimate Phablet
Samsung Galaxy Note II is the successor of Samsung’s first tablet-cum-Smartphone combo, Samsung Galaxy Note. In this second version of phablet, Samsung has improved a lot. Be it the form factor, display, camera or the S-pen, Samsung engineers have tried to leave no area to make it a perfect device.
Samsung Galaxy Note II screen size has increased to 5.5 inch, yet its more comfortable to hold in comparison to its predecessor. The S-Pen has also gone thicker and smarter.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 runs on Android 4.1 Jellybean. It is powered by 1.6GHz quad-core Exynos processor and 2GB Ram. Due to this powerful configuration, the UI is smooth and doesn’t lag even on using multiple and high-end applications.
The mobile features 8 Mega Pixel camera with some snappy features like share shot, burst mode, Best face, smile detection, image stabilization etc. The best face feature is something unique to this mobile. While enabled, this feature lets you chose best faces of individuals from the burst shot of a group. The camera can also record videos of up to 1080p.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is the Best Android Phablet money can buy. It’s a future proof device which is powerful enough to run many of the upcoming versions of Android. It’s a near to perfect device. Buy it, if your hands are comfortable.
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Overall Expert Rating (4.4 Out of 5 based on 52 ratings)
Jump to- The Box First Look Starting Up Specifications Performance TouchWiz Interface S Pen Camera Multimedia Battery Life Verdict It's almost a year since Samsung Galaxy Note II has been launched and according to several rumors, its successor Galaxy Note III will be unveiled on September 4. But, today we're talking about Galaxy Note II for the simple reason that it's still one of the best smartphones to purchase in 2013 thanks to its superb conf...
Verdict: Galaxy Note II is a great device with powerful hardware, good display, decent camera and useful S Pen. The lower price of this refurbished device makes it even more sweeter deal. Further, Samsung will still provide updates for the Note II and since i...
Update: The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 may be a few months old now, but it`s been given some tweaks to make sure it can compete with the class of 2013, including an update to Android 4.1.2. We`ve updated our review accordingly. It hasn`t even been a year since the original Samsung Galaxy Note launched. It was a work of genius for old Samsung. Many (including us, we admit) were not convinced. Who on earth would want something so big to make their calls...
Pros: Enormous battery, Expandable memory, Amazing screen, LTE capable, Blazingly fast,
Cons: Expensive, S-Pen is still complicated, Slow camera shutter, Size may be a barrier,
Verdict: Still a little too large for some, it`s still a great device to help users enter the phablet market at a reduced cost....
Samsung has produced many great handheld devices in its time, but few have reached iconic status. The company builds its success on great adaptability, an eye for trends and a knack for improving on others` successful formulas. And yet, every now and then it pulls off a truly inspirational device - like the Galaxy Note last year. The 5.3" half-smartphone half-tablet carved a whole new niche in the mobile market, which many have tried to tap into ...
Verdict: The Samsung Galaxy Note II N7100 is one beast of a droid and a major step forward for the class it represents. The second generation of the phablet is a massive upgrade, doubling the processing power of the predecessor, and bringing a bigger, and bet...
You`re probably wondering how good the massive, tabletlike Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is, and if the smartphone can fulfill important tablet functions....
Pros: Oodles of screen real estate make the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 terrific for videos, games, and reading; and its improved stylus aids productivity. A blazing quad-core processor, a great camera, and strong battery life round out the advantages of this...
Cons: The huge display makes the Galaxy Note 2 unwieldy to carry, and hiccups in the S Pen stylus and apps can slow you down. The pricey Note 2 isn`t a suitable tablet replacement across all categories.
Verdict: Samsung delivers a powerful, boundary-pushing device that gets a lot right. Yet its complicated features and high price raise questions about its purpose....
The original Samsung Galaxy Note was never the likeliest candidate for a multi-million-selling Android device. Few expected it to succeed, and its inflated size and stylus input made it an easy target for ridicule. We were cautiously optimistic in our November 2011 review, but also skeptical as to its mass market potential. Yet somehow, in the ten months following its debut in late 2011, Samsung managed to turn this quirky technological showcase ...
Pros: The Galaxy Note 2 delivers thoughtful hardware and software improvements over the first Note, with solid build quality and surprisingly competent ergonomics. The screen is gorgeous, the camera matches the high-end competition, and the device’s perfo
Cons: The sheer size of the Galaxy Note 2 will be a turn-off for some consumers. TouchWiz remains visually and structurally chaotic, with some minor annoyances.
Verdict: The original Galaxy Note wasn't a mainstream device, and neither is its successor. Nevertheless, the Galaxy Note 2 is the best large-screen smartphone available by a considerably wide margin. ...
Overall User Rating (5 Out of 5 based on 2 ratings)
Pros: performance is better. good battery life.
Cons: camera can be good.
Overall: compare to Sony xperia z, z ultra, t2 ultra camera is not successful...sensor are very less at the range of 28000 we can get good devices like Samsung s4 near by 28000 nexus 5 16 GB near by 26000 xperia z near by 27000 and etc
Overall: Wonderful phone. Excellent specs. Joy to use it.