Samsung Galaxy Note II review: Features and specifications.

Android smart phones are great, you have everything you could want in entertainment and it fits in your palm. You can play music, stay connected, download, troll apps and chat. You can do it all but can you use your phone like a tablet? Surprise!! the Samsung Galaxy Note II is a smartphone and tablet hybrid. If you would like a review before you buy Samsung Galaxy Note II, this is what you are looking for: A closer look at the Samsung Galaxy Note II.

Wow! That's what I think when I look at this phone. It is sleek. The phone I am reviewing is the Samsung Galaxy Note II, the Jelly Bean Android 4.1 from Samsung. The Samsung Galaxy Note II is a phone tablet hybrid. It's (5.5") HD Super AMOLED display is a brilliant feature on this phone. I call this device a phone because you can make and receive calls on this device, however it does resemble a tablet. In this Samsung Galaxy Note II review we are going to take a closer look at this device.


Samsung Galaxy Note II fits comfortably in the palm with a wide design. Edges are very rounded and the phone looks like a slate and resembles a larger sized Galaxy S3. The Samsung Galaxy Note II has a 5.5 inch Amoled display. It's wide enough for all folders and applications to fit neatly on the screen. The one I am reviewing today is in Marble white. This phone is also available in Titanium Gray and has a shiny capacitive touch front with a Menu button below the display and 2 soft keys. The back of the phone is a regal white matt finish. The phone has a USB 2.0 port to connect your laptop and other device to.


One the back of the phone, there is a 8 Megapixel Auto Focus Camera with LED Flash. The camera is located to the top of the back panel and is not obstructed by the hand so that's good thinking from Samsung. The Front facing Camera is a 1.9 Megapixel VT Camera, and has added features like Best face, Best photo and Low light settings. The phone also has Full HD(1080p) Playback & Recording.

The Samsung Galaxy Note II was designed by Samsung keeping in mind creative professionals. This phone displays folders intelligently and software opens beautifully with ample space on to work on design and editing platforms. The Samsung Galaxy note relies on a Li-ion 3 100mAh battery.

Other Unique features of the Samsung Galaxy Note II are:

  1. Sensitive sensors such as Accelerometer, RGB Light, Digital Compass, Proximity, Gyro, Barometer

  2. Hand writing integration with a S pen experience

  3. Page Buddy / Tag Buddy / Word Buddy

  4. Music Player with SoundAlive

  5. WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n (2.4 & 5 GHz)

  6. 1.6 GHz quad-core processor and Os Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean)

  7. Popup Note, Popup Video

  8. Samsung ChatOn mobile communication service

  9. 3G: HSPA+21Mbps

  10. Samsung TouchWiz / Samsung L!ve Panel


The Samsung Galaxy Note II comes with a host od accesories. In the box you will find the phone along with carger and USB cable. This phone can be attached to a host d accesories including bluetooth headset, car chrgers, body and screen cover as well as stand.

Also See: Samsung Galaxy Note 5 - A preview of the beast


The Samsung Galaxy Note II relies on a powerful 1.6 GHz quad-core processor. This processor has the Samsung Galaxy Note II running smoothly and speedily. It functions on the Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean), and has access to the Android market and all the latest applications, just like other Android phones.


Stay connected with Wifi Direct as well as 3G capability. Browsers look fabulous on the Samsung Galaxy Note II, and the phone is an efficient browsing device. The phone has a USB 2.0 Host.

The Samsung Galaxy Note is a brilliant phone. It price is an even greater surprise, its for just little below Rs 20,000. Now thats real value for a tablet phone or slate. The Samsung Galaxy Note II is packed with features and benefits for the creative types, and at this time I would say it is the best phone from Samsung in its range.

The nearest competitor for this phone is, LG Optimus Vu. Read our hands on review of Optimus Vu and see our detailed comparison of both the products.

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