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Hands-On: Samsung Galaxy Note II

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Sep 11, 2012, 1:38 PM

I have a Galaxy Note - The Original

This is an original phone. It created a category ( with apologies to the Dell Streak ) How will a company that likes to claim that ideas were stolen compete with an original idea? 😁
They will try to get it banned.
This will be Samsungs and Androids flagship phone and will compete heavily against Iphone5 and Nokia 920. I will definitely check this one out.

Sep 12, 2012, 8:57 AM

Minor correction to Eric Zeman's article

Zeman wrote:

One thing is certain, the Note II will have the exact same design across carriers, just as the GS3. Samsung is not going to customize the hardware for the U.S. It is a global device, and that's that.

This is simply incorrect, as far as the GS3 is concerned. The international versions of the GS3 have a quad-core Exynos SoC, while the North American versions (at least, the VZN, Sprint and ATT versions) have QUALCOMM Snapdragon S4 (MSM8960) SoCs.

Externally, the phones are identical, but they have different inner beauty...
Well, as you quoted, the context is a paragraph talking about "design".

Sep 12, 2012, 8:32 AM

It'll sell well

The original Note already did really well, and built up a fan-base and a reputation. The GS3 also sold record numbers. This is like a love-child between the two, so it ought to be pretty popular.

My GF is really excited to ditch her HTC One S (really pathetic little phone with a shoddy antennae and buggy personality....a shame considering how good the One X is supposed to be) for this as soon as it comes out. She'll definitely put that S-Pen to good use.

Assuming T-Mobile gets it the same time everyone else does, of course :d
That Samsung will do a simultaneous release across ALL carriers as they did with the Galaxy S III
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