Also, the Note 2 records video in full HD 1080p. It is also equipped with wireless Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi and an NFC chip. The "phablet," which is the term officially used by Samsung, is equipped with 2 GB of RAM and will be available with 16, 32 or 64GB of storage (+ microSD card up to 64 GB). Its launch is scheduled for October, but its price has not been disclosed.
Android 4.1 is on board along with a version of LTE, Samsung Mobile chief JK Shin announced during the launch of the device at IFA. Samsung Galaxy Note 2 includes a pressure-sensitive stylus (S Pen), which responds to the display even when hovering. This feature enables previews of images, folders, e-mails, calendar entries, videos and it is called Samsung Air View.
Likewise, real signatures on emails or spontaneous handwritten notes in the calendar are possible. Compared to its predecessor, the weight of around 180 grams is the same, just as is the eight-megapixel camera resolution. The battery is generous with 3100 milliamp hours (mAh). Consumers will be able to purchase the Note 2 in white or gray, with 16, 32 or 64 gigabytes in October.