Jimmy McGee · Nov 15, 2012 at 11:00 am

Device Review: Samsung Galaxy Note II S-Pen Overview – XDA Developer TV

The story of the Samsung Galaxy Note II is an interesting one. When the first Samsung Galaxy Note came out, many people panned it, saying it was too large to be a usable phone and too small to be a usable tablet. The sales must have been good enough because Samsung has released the Galaxy Note II, and it’s bigger than before. So we got our hands on one, and we took it for a test drive.

This is the second part of a two part review series by XDA Developer TV Producer TK. You can catch his full write up here. This part covers an overview of the phone’s power, camera, and the coveted S-Pen. So check out this Review of the Samsung Galaxy Note II.

Part 2: Hardware and S-Pen

Part 1: Unboxing and overview.

Be sure to check out other great XDA Developer TV Videos.


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