1Samsung Galaxy Note II
2Samsung Galaxy Note II Dimensions
3Samsung Galaxy Note II Camera
4Samsung Galaxy Note II S Pen
With the Note II, Samsung has improved the S Pen: It’s now thicker and longer and the tip has a resistance that makes it more like writing with a pen. Samsung has also integrated AirView into its apps, a technology that responds to the S Pen hovering over the display and offers the user more visual information without disturbing the current screen. The display is sensitive to the S Pen from nearly 0.5 inches away.
5Samsung Galaxy Note II Tutorials
6Samsung Galaxy Note II Photos
The way the Galaxy Note II handles photos is different from its predecessor. Among its new features are the ability to snap several photos of a group and put the most ideal face on each person present (no more closed eyes). And, should the grid view feel passe, there’s now the option of viewing photos in a spiral.
7Samsung Galaxy Note II Display
8Samsung Galaxy Note II for Business
The Note II is a Samsung Approved for the Enterprise (SAFE) device, making it ideal for bring your own device (BYOD) work environments. Its security features include compatibility with Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync IT Policy Control, mobile-device-management solutions, virtual private network connectivity and on-device encryption. Samsung has found the most enthusiastic audiences for the device to be men aged 45 and older, who use it for work, and women in their mid-20s, who use it for more creative endeavors.
9Samsung Galaxy Note II Albums
10Samsung Galaxy Note II Accessories
Like the Note and the Galaxy S III, seen here, the Note II will be offered with a number of accessories, including a cover like this one. While the original intention of the cover was to protect the display, Samsung has found that—particularly given the size of the display—users like the privacy that the cover offers.