Samsung Galaxy Note II Hits Shelves in October

The Samsung's Galaxy Note II hits shelves Oct. 2012. Find out which new features it brings to the table.

In the wake of its $1.05 billion loss to Apple in a patent infringement lawsuit, Samsung is striking back with an October 2012 release of the Galaxy Note II, their biggest and best smartphone-tablet hybrid to date.

Thinner, lighter and brighter than its predecessor, the Galaxy Note II has mind-blowing specs:

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Samsung Galaxy Note II

In the wake of its $1.05 billion loss to Apple in a patent infringement lawsuit, Samsung is striking back with an October 2012 release of the Galaxy Note II, their biggest and best smartphone-tablet hybrid to date.

Thinner, lighter and brighter than its predecessor, the Galaxy Note II has mind-blowing specs:

  • A powerful battery and quadcore processor—clocked at 1.6 GHz and supported by 2GB of RAM—to make watching videos easier than ever
  • A 5.5-inch screen with 1280-by-720 pixel resolution
  • Internal storage space ranging from 16 to 64 GB, with a potential 64 GB extension
  • A stylus and S Pen technology, which enables stylus-driven functions as soon as you pop the pen out of the device (and don't worry: if you leave the pen behind, the Galaxy Note II will vibrate to remind you)
  • An 8-megapixel camera for taking great pictures and a second camera for video conferencing with family and friends.

The Galaxy Note II will be available from select retailers next month.

Source: Samsung
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