It is not over a year that the world’s largest Smartphone maker Samsung has released its Smartphone Samsung Galaxy Note, that a advanced version Galaxy note II was launched. Samsung Galaxy note had brought great fortunes to the company with its record sales. It was a niche device. The only way Samsung could keep up the good work in terms of technology and the sales was to launch an advanced Samsung Galaxy note II and here we have the proof that it kept the legacy going on. The World’s Biggest Smartphone maker announced on Thursday that the device hit the 3 million sales mark in a month.
Samsung has reported that second generation note’ sales are much faster than its predecessor. This Smartphone was first released in September in South Korea before its launch in the States and other parts of the world in last month. This Smartphone has taken excerpts from the Galaxy note and Galaxy S III that was launched recently. Though this phone has 5.5”screen and larger than its predecessor with 5.3”, it is still not uncomfortable to hold. It is taller and narrower than Galaxy note. However the curved edges make it look familiar to the Galaxy S IIII.
This hybrid of tablet and phone called the “Phablet” has 5.5” screen with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels, 1.6 GHz quad core Exynos processor, 2 GB RAM and 16 GB internal memory that can be expanded to 64 GB with micro SD card. It is powered by the latest Jelly bean OS from Android and it weighs 178 grams.
The Galaxy Note II carriers are Verizon and AT&T. Verizon is taking pre-orders for this phone and AT&T said that it will release the phone for sale online and in stores starting November 9th. The phone is priced at $299 onwards.