There has been quite a few rumors about the Galaxy Note 2, from T-Mobile, Sprint and AT&T, but there is also a Verizon rumor about the Galaxy Note 2.
It is interesting to note that someone at Verizon has been testing the Galaxy Note 2 already, on August 16, much earlier than Samsung’s Unpacked mobile event in Berlin when the second-generation phablet was officially unveiled. Remember that that was held on August 29 and it seems Samsung gave their trusted partner a head's up on the device much sooner than others. Still, Verizon is a bit slow on the release date.
There is not much information about specifications and features of Verizon’s version of the Galaxy Note 2. It is quite possible that Verizon’s Galaxy Note 2 will have a quad-core Exynos processor and 4G LTE service. The design should look almost exactly like the international model, but everything will be branded, possibly even the home button!
|AT&T getting the Galaxy Note 2|
What you should know about the phone is that the Galaxy Note 2 has a stunning 5.5-inch Super AMOLED HD touchscreen display, 1280 X 720 resolution with aspect ratio 16:9. It has 2 GB of RAM, internal memory goes up to 64 GB, but you can also equip it with a microSD card, up to 64 GB.
It features 8 MP rear-facing camera and 2 MP front-facing camera. 8 MP camera has Auto Focus, LED flash and HD video recording.
It also has Wi-Fi Direct, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 and 3100 mAh battery. Its OS is Android 4.1. Jelly Bean. S pen has been improved too.
Another thing that was revealed is that, aside from the Big Four, regional carrier U.S. Cellular will have Galaxy Note 2 in stock too. That means that there will be 5 mobile operators who are rumored to launch Galaxy Note 2 in the next few months. Samsung is definitely taking different approach to this market than when Galaxy Note was released.