I personally love my note and what it does for me. My main gripe concerns the battery life. I think that it would be safe to assume that Samsung will use a processor similar to the GSIII in the same way that the current note is similar to the GSII. If it works like the note with slightly improved specs, Samsung can have my money again!
Wind, 18 Jul 20121.5GB RAM is okay, but dual core CPU? Seriously?Are you serious? 4.1 and flash??
Anonymous, 17 Jul 2012android games S U C K S!!! Why put so much ram and CPU?!Because a high RAM and CPU clock speed is required to outgun the competition, and to run all of the CPU and RAM intensive applications on the play store (and off of it) smoothly, as unlike iOS, all the applications are not optimised for a range of around eight devices, they have to be able to work for hundreds. therefore, it is unlikely that the high-end, graphically intense apps will work well on something that is not a quad-core hyperphone.
yeip, 14 Jul 2012If this turns out to be the real deal Samsung can shut up and take my money. And for those w... moreSame over here, i hate to hear those people who whine about the dual core processor without have adequate information about mobile phone processors
Well I dont care much about the specs as long as they are a little better than the SGN which is obvious. Screen size being 5.5 well yes I love it, as long as they dont make the phone itself bigger but widen the screen vertically/horizontally or both(which they can do and hopefully will do). I still have my SGN going strong with ICS(rooted) and I cannot see myself going lower than 5.0 inch screen. The SGN2 is what I will be upgrading to when it releases. Thanks in advance samsung!
If this are the specs whats d use of launcing note2? It wud be worth waiting iphone 5 or droid RAZR HD wiv 13 megapixel camera
If this turns out to be the real deal Samsung can shut up and take my money.
And for those whining "why it no quad core?", learn a bit more about mobile processors. Exynos 5 is a next gen SoC and outperforms any mobile processor already in the market.
the site is get it wrong , it is quad core ... not dual core !!
Hope this 2nd gen will support multiple PDF page annotation, not only one captured page like in 1st note..
WTF not 12 mPixel Camera a7a !!! & just Dual core :- fsssssssssss zzzzzzzz
Then it doesnt worth an upgrade from my faithful note 1
adn.engineers, 05 Jul 2012It's (obviously) a bit soon to begin reviewing the Galaxy Note 2 (GNote2 or GN2) technology wh... moreFlash incompatibility with android won't make html5 come any faster as long as desktops are still using flash.
And why would you WANT html5 which requires an external download for full functionality just like flash, but doesn't allow you to disable banner commercials and there isn't yet a single android browser that is FULLY html5 functional?! Seriously, grab any browser from the market/playstore, and run an html5 test.. Best I've seen is maybe 80% of the functions working properly.
With flash, all touch-based/click-based games simply work, and any single-core 2.3+ 1gig or better android can handle 720hi-def flash video. The $175 exhibit can handle hidef flash. Full hd html5 brings it to a stutter
vnn, 04 Jul 2012only window phone have adobe flash in future. i switch from iphone to android phone bcuz of ad... moreWindows phone8 will still NOT support flashmobile..and it will only support FULL/DESKTOP flash if the device is running on an x86 proc a.k.a. an ATOM based device.