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Samsung Galaxy Note II - Technical Specifications And Links

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Samsung Galaxy Note II - Technical Specifications And Links To Resources


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Samsung’s smartphone/tablet in-between

The comparatively large 138mm screen on Samsung’s Galaxy Note II is clearly aimed at those who don’t want to carry two devices. It is large enough for browsing and watching videos, though may be a bit large for some peoples’ pockets. This is Samsung’s second generation of phones with what it describes as S-Pen functionality – in which its enhanced handwriting capability enables penned notes to be sent by email.
• Android OS v4.1 (Jelly Bean)
• Rear-facing 8 megapixel camera (3264 x 2448 pixels), with 1.3 front facing camera for video calling. Geotagged, face and smile detection, image stabilisation
• 16GB of internal memory
• Huge 138mm 1280 x 720 resolution AMOLED capacitive screen

Features

• S-Pen functionality – send handwritten notes by email, ‘draw’ over photos, send memos to yourself with the S-Pen stylus
• 1.6GHz quad core processor – a fast runner
• Air View – conveniently and quickly browse your photos without having to open any folders
• Bigger screen – Corning Gorilla Glass 2, 16:9 screen ratio, better for reading

Specs
• Battery (estimated) – 16 hours talk time, 37 days standby. Standard battery Li-Ion 3100mAh
• Memory – 16GB internal, 16GB available
• Weight – 180g
• Size – 151mm high/90mm wide/9.4mm deep
• Screen – 138mm diagonal, 1280 x 720 pixels

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