Vodafone have become the latest network to offer the Samsung Galaxy Note II with the smartphone now available to buy from their online store.
The smartphone is available in White and the tariffs reflect the premium nature of the Galaxy Note II. Infact, to get the smartphone free you'll have to pay a whopping £47 a month which will get you unlimited texts, unlimited minutes and 2GB of mobile data.
We suggest that the most reasonable option is to take out the £37 a month tariff which gets you unlimited minutes , unlimited texts and 1GB of mobile data. Then you'll only have to pay £99 up-front for the Note II.
The original Samsung Galaxy Note was a huge surprise success for Samsung and it has also had a huge influence on the mobile industry as a whole. We think the Note II had a huge impact on the average screen-size of a modern smartphone, which has increased vastly in the last 6 months.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 hopes to build on the originals success by taking everything that made it so popular and making it even bigger and better.
The Note 2 comes with a humongous 5.5 inch AMOLED touch-screen , while it's a real beast due to the inclusion of a quad-core 1.6 Ghz processor. Samsung's device also has a whopping 2GB of RAM, 16GB of on-board memory and a spectacular 8 mega-pixel snapper.
The smartphone also comes pre-loaded with Android Jelly Bean meaning it has all the latest software features, while it also supports Samsung's critically acclaimed S-Pen interface. 3G hope to review the Galaxy Note II very soon so keep posted to find out how it fares.
By Simon Thomas on 04th October, 2012