Galaxy Note II Gets Fully Detailed in Promo Videos

Five official hands-on videos focused on the handset's main features

Samsung’s Galaxy Note II is a highly appealing device, especially to those who like big screens and multi-core processors inside their smartphones.

It lands on shelves with a quad-core CPU, a 5.5-inch touchscreen display, an 8-megapixel photo snapper on the back, and Google’s Android operating system loaded on top.

But its main capabilities come from the exclusive software that Samsung has loaded on it right from the start, aimed at enabling users to take full advantage of the S Pen it arrives with.

Whether it comes down to taking notes while on the go, to making sketches, or creating different content, Galaxy Note II should easily prove the best option, Samsung suggests.

“The Samsung GALAXY Note II enables unique experiences in personalized and expressive content creation, making it the ultimate smartphone for on-the-go creativity,” the company says.

To provide users with a better understanding of what the new smartphone is capable of delivering, Samsung has released no less than five new promo videos with it.

They describe in detail the features that set Galaxy Note II apart from the rest of the Android smartphones out there, while also getting users through the main design and performance aspects of the device.

“With a larger 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display yet thinner and more portable footprint, the Samsung GALAXY Note II provides an immersive and cinema-like video viewing experience. You can also see more content clearly and vividly, and with enhanced readability,” Samsung explains.

“Powering all these under the hood is a 1.6GHz quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system and a generous 3,100mAH interchangeable battery to ensure you have a smooth content creation, sharing and multitasking experience.”

The five videos we’ve mentioned above can be seen below, offering details on Design, Performance & Display; Expression Tools (two videos); Smart Features; and Multitasking.

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