Samsung used the IFA in Berlin on Wednesday to unveil its phone-tablet hybrid known as the Samsung Galaxy Note II. The 2nd generation of the company’s “phablet” comes equipped with a larger dispay but offers the same form factor fans of the original device enjoyed.
The Samsung Galaxy Note II debuts with the newest version of the Google Android and the company promises a stronger battery for longer use thanks to 3100mAh capacity.
Also featured on the high-end Smartphone is a 1.6GHz quad-core Exynos processor that sits along 15GB, 32GB and 64GB options. Users can also extend their devices memory capabilities on all three phones thanks to a built-in MicroSD card slot.
In terms of the display the Galaxy Note II now features a 5.5-inch (width) display that pumps out HD Super AMOLED pictures at 1280×720 pixels of resolution.
For photo enthusiasts the device also features an 8MP sensor that can capture 1080p video.
Meanwhile the newly improved S Pen now features a rubber nib to give the high-tech style a more “comfortable” and “natural” feel by creating the sensation that the user is writing on paper.
For power users looking to quickly access information the Galaxy Note II also features “Quick Commands” through stylus gestures in order to launch certain device features.
The Samsung Galaxy Note II will go on sale in Marble White and Titanium colors in October, first arriving in Europe, Asian and Middle East markets before making its way to the United States in late 2012.
Do you plan on picking up the Samsung Galaxy Note II?