Samsung Announces Galaxy Note 2 at IFA 2012
Samsung is facing a lot of legal heat these days but that didn’t stop the Korean company from announcing a fleet of new products at IFA 2012. Out of the many tablets, smartphones announced one device that particularly caught the attention of the tech world is the brand new Samsung Galaxy Note 2. Galaxy Note has been a huge success over the course of the last few months. The new note looks exactly like an elongated version of SGS3 with a slightly bigger screen at 5.9 inches compared to the original model at 5.74 inches. The phone or tab, as you call it will feature a fully working version of Android Jelly Bean 4.1 and comes packed with some in-built Samsung apps that you might find handy.
The S Pen is a key part of this device and now it features a brand new design with a rubber tip at its end. Every time you pull out your S-Pen you will find a vibration that lets you know that that you can instantly access the pen specific apps on your screen. Some of them are also calling it the Magic Wand as there is a new feature called Airplay which allows you to use your pen wirelessly to control the screen. The battery powering the gigantic screen is huge at 3100 mAh but let us not forget that the Super AMOLED screen along with the quad core processor will always chew a lot of juice.
In a nutshell, Samsung is trying to refine their note experience by bringing in more features from them nature inspired SGS3 smartphone. Android Jelly Bean is looking really smooth and S-Pen or Magic Wand as you call it is very responsive. Samsung promised that there will be a LTE version of Galaxy Note 2 and we can expect the phone in our hands at Q4 2012.