A few weeks ago, mobile phone carrier Verizon Wireless added to its offering the largest smartphone that Samsung launched with Google’s Android operating system loaded on it, namely the Galaxy Note II, and users can now purchase it for less than originally announced.
Online retailer Amazon Wireless has cut the price tag of this device down to only $199.99 (€153) at the moment, which is $100 less than what Verizon asks for it.
However, those who would like to purchase the handset from this retailer will still have to commit to a two-year contract agreement with the wireless carrier.
Featuring a 5.5-inch HD Super AMOLED display, the Galaxy Note II can provide users with a great viewing experience while on the go.
The mobile phone can also provide users with great performance capabilities, courtesy of a 1.6GHz dual-core processor that has been packed inside it, complemented by 2GB of RAM.
Furthermore, the handset sports 16GB of internal memory, along with a microSD memory card slot to provide the option of expanding it (by up to 64GB).
Samsung Galaxy Note II arrives on shelves with an 8-megapixel photo snapper placed on its back, capable of recording videos in full HD resolution. A secondary camera on the handset’s front provides users with video chatting capabilities while on the go.
The smartphone also comes with support for Verizon’s 4G LTE network, while packing Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, NFC capabilities, GPS receiver, and the like.
Galaxy Note runs under Google’s Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system and is powered by a 3100 mAh battery.
Some of the main selling points of the device, in addition to said large touchscreen display, include Samsung’s S Pen technology, as well as the multi-view feature, which enables users to have more than one application running on the screen.