We’ve reviewed the Samsung Galaxy Note II here and the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 here, so considering they’ve just hit AT&T, you have good sources of information. You’ll find both products in stores with the mention that the Note II has already registered some success internationally, with 3 million units sold since launch.

And that’s a pretty decent figure considering the product was launched at the end of September. Galaxy Note 2 comes with a big 5.5 inch screen, that was thought to scare away customers, but apparently they saw past that. You also get a top notch quad core processor of the Exynos kind, 2 GB of RAM, an 8 megapixel camera and a great stylus, plus great software associated with it (S Pen and the likes). On AT&T Galaxy Note II will set you back $299 on contract for 2 y ears.

The Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 is a bit more expensive, going for $399 at AT&T, also with a contract. I can’t really figure out why this tablet is priced so high, since it’s actually pretty old and it gives you only a dual core Texas Instruments OMAP 4 processor at 1 GHz, plus 1 GB of RAM and the TouchWiz UI slowing you down. Ready for some AT&T shopping?