Imagine yourself in 1950’s Tokyo. You walk down the streets, take in all that the booming city has to offer, when suddenly the ground begins to rumble. But it’s not an earthquake. You look up in the sky, and right along the skyscapers, you scream, “GOJIRA!”
Ok, it may not be the behemoth that the Japanese monster is, but the Samsung Note II is a titan among smartphones with its 5.5” Super AMOLED display at a 16:9 ratio. This means that you watch 720p videos without those annoying black borders.
If you think, it’s all size, think again. Behind this beast is Samsung’s own quad-core processor that enables the Note II to achieve true multi-tasking, on a smartphone. It also uses the latest version of the Android OS, Jelly Bean.
Oh, and don’t forget the S Pen which defines the Note II as a real note-taking device.
What are you waiting for? Take the reins of this giant and bend it to your will.
The Verge – “To answer the question we posed at the beginning of this review, this thing is the real deal, and it’s decisively better than the device that began the whole phablet craze.”
Engadget – “Relative to its predecessor, the Galaxy Note II is a clear and unequivocal upgrade.”
Gadgets Magazine – “The Galaxy Note II builds on the framework of the original and improves on it in every possible way.”