20 million over the next year. And yes, there are quite a number of features on this device that you won't find on the Samsung Galaxy S III such as multiwindow and the S Pen. Specs wise, the Samsung GALAXY Note II offers a quad-core Samsung Exynos processor and LTE connectivity. And unlike the pentile display on the Samsung Galaxy S III, the phablet sequel uses an RGB matrix. The buzz generated by the Samsung GALAXY Note II has even owners of the Samsung Galaxy S III checking out the newer device.
Samsung is holding an event on Wednesday in New York City which we figured all along was for the Samsung GALAXY Note II. Now that it looks as though the device will actually be available to take home that very day, better start looking under the couch for that spare change.
As the Samsung GALAXY Note II arrives at T-Mobile stores, a leaked release mentions the October 24th launch date