The Samsung Galaxy Note II, successor to the famously huge Galaxy Note, ups the ante with an even larger 5.5 inch screen. Like other Samsung Note products, it's built with stylus use in mind, with several OS enhancements to support it. Additionally, the Note II's hardware has been redesigned to resemble that of the Galaxy S III.
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What You Need To Know
- Despite it's large, almost tablet like size, the Galaxy Note II is still capable of making calls
I must start my review of the Galaxy Note II by admitting that I misjudged the original Galaxy Note. After a week with that device, it was my conclusion that Samsung had put together a great package of technical innovations whose premise of an oversized, stylus-equipped smartphone wouldn’t find a receptive audience. As it turned out, Samsung’s native South Korea fell in love with the 5.3-inch Note, which went on to sell over 10 million units in its first year on the market.
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