Sahar Itani

The Samsung Galaxy Note II is an Android phablet smartphone. Specifications: 5.5-inch HD, with 1280×720 resolution, a 1.6 GHz quad-core Exynos CPU, 2 GB RAM, an 8 MP rear camera and 1.9 MP front camera, and a 3,100 mah battery. It is slightly thinner than its predecessor at 9.4 mm (0.37 inches), albeit also being slightly heavier by 2 grams (0.071 oz). It has S Pen, and a feature marketed as Air View, it allows a user to preview content by hovering the pen over the content, similar to the hoverbox feature of a mouse in some desktop computers. Communication processor: The baseband chipset of GT-N7100 is Intel Wireless PMB9811X Gold Baseband processor.[27] The baseband chipset of SGH-T889, SHV-E250K, and SHV-E250S is Qualcomm Gobi MDM9215.[23][28][29] SHV-E250L has Qualcomm Gobi MDM9615M for the EVDO revision B connectivity.[30] Network connectivity: Most of the variants support GSM/GPRS/EDGE in the 850 MHz, 900 MHz, 1.8 GHz, and 1.9 GHz bands; and UMTS/HSPA+21 in 850 MHz, 900 MHz, 1.9 GHz, and 2.1 GHz. Advantages: Excellent for Business plans and meetings and step by step scheduling your days. Helpful for people who work in creativity and likes to draw sometimes. If you have anything to write down, in order not to forget, the S note is helpful for users. Disadvantages: The battery drains whenever you create a hotspot connectivity, so you are forced to keep it on the charger whenever it needs charging. For people who are used to holding a mobile phone that is mostly for calling and communication, Galaxy Note 2 is not for you. Inside the box: Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Manual Starter Guide Charger *Important Note to Customer* Must use only Samsung Galaxy Note II charger and no other.