IFA 2012: Samsung Plays the Lead, Unveils Galaxy Note II

Samsung recently revealed its second generation of smartphones at IFA 2012, which is Europe’s biggest electronics trade show fair, undergoing in Berlin.

Galaxy Note II by Samsung is an offbeat, oversized smartphone that took everyone by surprise.

Sleek and smart in looks, Samsung Galaxy Note II boasts a slim and longer 5.5-inch screen. The latest technology device has a faster processor with custom-made software to support a built-in stylus. Now jotting down notes and drawing on a screen will become much easier and fun! The device is all screen, which makes it an apt choice for playing games and consuming content.

Powered by the Android 4.1 technology, the Galaxy Note II has 1280 x 720-resolution, Super AMOLED panel along with quad-core processor, a 1.9-megapixel front-facing camera and an 8-megapixel camera at the back.

Although, last few weeks have not been so good for Samsung, when the firm had to pay $1 billion to Apple. But, the Korean manufacturer is back into business and is moving on with bigger and better devices, literally!

This year, Samsung has sold more smartphones as compared to its competitor Apple as the firm takes out low-end phones that targets customers from all sectors.

A tablet version of the Galaxy Note II is already out in the market, starting this month.

Samsung Electronics says it has shipped 10 million first-generation Galaxy Note smartphone in one year.

At IFA trade fair, 2012, Samsung revealed that the new phone will hit the market in Europe and Asia in October. The phone manufacturer, however, did not say anything about the launch with a US carrier.

Samsung did not release any information about the price of the device.

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