Anonymous, 03 Oct 2012This is way better than the iphone 5http://uk.hardware.info/reviews/3206/benchmarks-samsung-galaxy-note-ii-vs-apple-iphone-5
Demetrius, 03 Oct 2012Does it support Notification light for Missed Calls and Received SMS/Emails etc, etc ?Yes
Anonymous, 03 Oct 2012nice phone but too plastic look. i will go for iphone5go enjoy your flaky iphone
Anonymous, 03 Oct 2012a great competitor for iphone 5are you kidding? iphone is NOT even a competition
Anonymous, 03 Oct 2012a great competitor for iphone 5This is way better than the iphone 5
Anonymous, 03 Oct 2012nice phone but too plastic look. i will go for iphone5Iphones been the same since it first launched and i dont think it will be any different in the future apart from changing size and add little new features, also apple do good in not admitting to problems with the phones eg batteryand antenna.
To bad this device probably won't support upcoming LTE network frequency at Malaysia
Dennis, 01 Oct 2012Why they use 1280x720 instead of 1280x800 in Note I.... The Note 1 is still the highest res... moreThe note2 uses the aspect ratio of 16:9 while the note1 uses the aspect ratio of 16:10 w/c quiet odd.
Does it support Notification light for Missed Calls and Received SMS/Emails etc, etc ?
it seems to be a powerful phone with great features i am going to switch to note 2 from s3
Vishal, 03 Oct 2012Noting special in Note 2 Just Bigger screen .2 inch 1 GB increased RAM 600 Mh increased ... morea number of changes has been carried out.kindly use the phone and then post your comment.
this is veryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy smaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaart,,,,,,,,,
Gab, 30 Sep 2012When will it be released in Malaysia?Lauching next week in Malaysia.
I plan to upgrade to the Galaxy Note 2. The camera features and facetime and the 2GB of RAM make is quite appealing. I just need to sell my Galaxy Note first. :-)
AnonD-8543, 02 Oct 2012Guys pls answer!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Shud I upgrade from Note 1 to Note 2...... Is it worth the u... moreIt all depends on your personal taste opinons really. If you are happy with the current Galaxy Note, then stick with it. It is a very good smartphone. While the Galaxy Note II is a slight upgrade from the orginal Galaxy Note, with a quad-core CPU and an increase in RAM with 4G LTE connectivity straight out the box.