Samsung Galaxy Note II to be released this fall

On Tuesday, Samsung and T-Mobile announced that Samsung’s Galaxy Note II will be released this coming fall season. The company did not give a hint on the exact date of the release, but reports say that the new gadget will be launched on the 24th day of October.

According to the Senior Vice President of T-Mobile USA’s product management Brad Duea, the Samsung Galaxy Note II is the current innovative gadget to join the portfolio of T-Mobile. He further added that its an all-in-one device that they have taken to the next level, expecting to replace a lot of standalone gadgets that users own today.

The Galaxy Note II smartphone includes features such as the largest smartphone screen of T-Mobile, which is a 5.5-inch HD Super AMOLED screen. It is also the first device with a quad-core processor from T-Mobile with the 1.6GHz quad-core Exynos processor of Samsung.

Note II has some aesthetic features from Galaxy S3, but the rest of its looks is build off of the success of Note alone. It is also referred as a tablet and smartphone hybrid, which is known to appropriately as phablet to be supported by five primary carriers namely T-Mobile, Verizon, AT&T, US Cellular, and Sprint.

The newest upgrades of the new Note will be with the S Pen functions of Samsung. This will now allow the user to immediately outline and crop any content on the screen in any kind of shape to edit, save, share and paste the cropped content by shading. coloring, or their personal handwriting.

Moreover, Samsung stated that they are focusing more on the quantifiable aspects of the new device’s specs.