Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (16GB, Sprint) Review
Posted on: 11/06/2012 05:49 PM

TechReviewSource.com posted a review on the Samsung Galaxy Note 2

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (16GB, Sprint) Review


The Galaxy Note II for Sprint ($299.99 direct) is many things, but above all, it's the most phone there is. It gives you more screen, more processor, and more OS than just about any other phone out there. It's also a significant improvement over the first Galaxy Note , thanks to a faster quad-core processor and the Android 4.1 "Jelly Bean" OS, not to mention a host of Samsung-developed note-taking software improvements. If you think other phones are too small, and prefer something big enough to double as a miniature tablet that (barely) fits in your pocket, the Galaxy Note II reigns supreme. It's the first recipient of our new Editors' Choice award for phablets (phones with screen sizes ranging from 5.0 to 6.9 inches). That said, Sprint's lack of LTE coverage continues to be a problem.

Editors' Note: The Sprint, AT&T, and T-Mobile versions of the Samsung Galaxy Note II are all very similar, so we're sharing a lot of material between our reviews. That said, we're testing each device separately, so read the review for your carrier of choice. The slideshow below is for the T-Mobile version, which is visually identical aside from the carrier name in the notification bar, and the logo on the plastic back panel.



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