On October 24th Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will take off in the United States and you need to know what to expect from this next generation of phablet. The device will debut in USA through a special media event in New York City, taking place on October 24th and the company will release then the final details about carrier availability, on AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon.
The phablet comes with a 5.5 inch HD display, that offers support for S Pen action and incorporates a quad core processor with 4G LTE data speeds, a combo that in US is hard to find at the moment. Also, the device runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and the mystery here is what US carriers will adopt this device in the end. Samsung has already posted a bunch of videos, teasers and detailed hands on videos, to give us an idea of what the phablet is about. We know it has a killer multitasking, a pen with the same amount of pressure levels as the Galaxy Note 10.1, Pop Up Play and the same camera as the Galaxy S III.
The Verizon Galaxy Note 2 will sell like hot cakes, I’m sure of that, since basically the product has no rival and there are people out there who skipped the iPhone 5 and waited for this product. If I can speculate about pricing, well expect something in the range of $299.99 with a 2 year contract and data plan. Rumors say that the unlocked version will set you back $800, so you can get that if you don’t want a commitment.