Posts Tagged ‘Galaxy Note II’

The launch of the original Samsung Galaxy Note was met by mocking calls from smartphone and technology fans who thought that the Korean electronics company were onto a loser with the release of the plus-sized device. Hindsight would seem to suggest that someone at Samsung knew exactly what they were doing. The first-generation Note managed to shift over ten million units during its first year of existence, and we now have the news that the Galaxy Note II is showing signs of being even more popular, with three million handsets selling in the first thirty-seven days of availability.

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There has been no shortage of technology companies pushing out advertising and overview videos in the last few days. Obviously, not wanting to lag behind or be left out of the action, Samsung has followed suit with their own Galaxy Note II promotional video. The video doesn’t just remind us that the Note II is imminently available on a number different networks, but it also serves to show us that the second-generation note actually ships with some fairly decent features.

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When it was introduced last year, the Galaxy Note created a big divide among the general online community of technology enthusiasts because of its polarizing display size. At 5.3-inch, it was too big to be a smartphone and too small to be a tablet*. Reviews from popular publications reflected this, with some calling it an awesome, category-defining device, while others felt it was the worst mix of smartphone and tablet features.

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The hotly anticipated Galaxy Note II phablet will be available in the middle of November with Samsung planning on holding a media event towards the back-end of October to more than likely confirm official worldwide release dates. While we wait form the successor to the original Galaxy Note to land on our shelves, Samsung has released the large but gorgeous device in South Korea along with a long detailed video that highlights the device’s features inside out.

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The Galaxy Note looked like it didn’t belong in either the smartphone or tablet category when Samsung released it last year, but somewhat surprisingly, the niche product has found its own category as a “phablet,” and it’s a category with a pretty significant following. Then again, if you want a smartphone with a mahussive display, the Note is one of the only ones available in excess of 5-inches, and if the iPhone 5, with it’s marginal screen enlargement, hasn’t taken your fancy, you’ll probably have had your eyes peeled for the Galaxy Note II for a long while now.

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Samsung is the number one smartphone manufacturer in the world right now, and having yielded huge success with the Galaxy S and Galaxy S II, few could have foreseen the impact of the Galaxy Note, which although seeming to look far too large for most pockets, actually sold in impressive numbers.

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The Galaxy S III handset brought with it a wide level of excitement from Android users who couldn’t wait to get their hands on the powerful new device, but also from the wider technology loving community who couldn’t wait to see which direction Samsung had taken with the successor to their insanely popular Galaxy S II smartphone. Judging from the sales figures of the S III, it doesn’t look like consumers have been disappointed with the hardware, but there was one feature that was widely expected to be included, and was notably missing in action at release.

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Samsung may have only just announced the second generation Galaxy Note, but U.S. Android fans can already pre-order the latest tablet-cum-smartphone for delivery just after October 26th.

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Samsung has finally showcased the long-awaited sequel to its popular niche product, the Galaxy Note, and although the first iteration wasn’t exactly lacking in the hardware department, the Korean company has still managed to pack in a host of healthy upgrades.

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When the Samsung Galaxy Note first arrived last year, quite a few people didn’t really know what to make of it. I mean, it looked a great deal like a smartphone, and operated as such, but the sheer size of the device categorized it as something different. The unofficially dubbed “phablet” device has, despite lacking conformity, been a rousing success, and consumers are now looking forward to its successor, set to be announced later this month at Samsung’s IFA conference.

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Although we now know the Samsung Galaxy Note II will be unveiled at the South Korean company’s IFA 2012 event on August 29th, that doesn’t mean we should cease all speculation and wait for the official showcasing. The leaks are still arriving thick and fast, and NowhereElse, a site which seems really in the loop with regards to upcoming tech products, has leaked the purported front panel of the forthcoming handset, and by running a ruler across it to measure the diameter, also seemingly confirmed the 5.5-inch size reported on numerous occasions.

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In early June, Samsung announced that they had sold over 7 million units of the Galaxy Note. It is perhaps the first huge smartphone / small tablet – which some like to call a phablet – to see reasonably good sales in the international market. Now, almost a year after its announcement and release, Samsung is all set to announce the next Galaxy Note which will have, from what we’ve heard, the innards of a Galaxy S III, and a slightly larger display.

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