Samsung has released the follow-up to its successful Galaxy Note smartphone, the Galaxy Note 2, in the UK, with a raft of features that are set to tick more than a few boxes for smartphone fans.
With its predecessor already having clocked up 10 million sales globally, here is the line-up of specs that could catapult the Galaxy Note 2 to similar success.
With a hefty price tag of around £540 for the sim-free version of the device, a price point that hovers in the range similar to the iPhone 5, users will certainly want to see that they are getting the most for their money.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2: What’s on offer?
One of the Galaxy Note 2′s USPs is the Samsung S Pen, a stylus that can be used to annotate documents and write emails.
The Galaxy Note 2 also boasts a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED HD touchscreen, with an impressive 1280 x 720 resolution.
Shipped with the latest OS, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, and a powerful 1.6GHz quad-core processor, it certainly packs a punch on the inside. The range of features is completed by an 8MP camera on the rear for taking photos and a 1.9MP front-facing camera for video calling.The Samsung All Share feature also allows content can be shared with compatible devices on the same network.
Galaxy Note 2: Set for success?
Reviews of the device have praised the ‘stunning’ screen display, which some have even argued trumps the Galaxy S3, and given the thumbs up to the Galaxy Note 2′s implementation of Jelly Bean.
Samsung claims the Note 2 will appeal to everyone, from fashion designers to young professionals, and with specs like it’s hard to argue.
The original Galaxy Note surprised everyone by selling ten million units. This time around, we’d surprised if the Note 2 didn’t sell ten million.
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