Samsung Galaxy Note 2 review, specs: The Android-powered Samsung Galaxy Note 2, which was released in 2012, continues to garner a very strong following.
Specs of the device is solid, bearing a solid built and having a long battery life that continues to make its users satisfied with the gadget.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is also eligible for an Android 4.4.2 KitKat upgrade, which its users are seemingly very happy about.
Our recent Samsung Galaxy Note 2 review, specs garnered comments from the phablet’s fans who are still very happy about their device, though it’s now two generations old.
“I love my Note 2.
So many smart phones have been created, and up until now, I see no reason to change it.
Thank you Samsung for a great phone,” wrote commenter J.
“My S3 went 12-14 hours on a charge.
My Note 2 goes 24-42 hours,” according to commenter Dave, touting the long battery life of the unit.
One user who commented, named Pat V, said that the Note 2 is “awesoem” and that it’s “not worth buying a new” device as the gadget is still a very capable phone.
In a spec sheet by Phone Arena, it showed that the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels and a pixel density of 267 ppi.
It doesn’t have the sharper resolutions of more notable flagships like the Samsung Galaxy S4 and Samsung Galaxy S5.
The Note 2, however, have the trademark bright and colorful screen that its current users love.
Based on an earlier KpopStarz commenter, the Note 2 user said that the device can last up to 42 hours.
It’s a feat incomparable to some of the latest handsets in the market today.
It’s no surprise then that the extraordinary battery life of the Android phablet is one feature that makes it stand out, even against today’s new flagships.
A solid built, a long battery life and a semi-recent version of the Android platform are all factors that make the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 a device with good consumer appeal despite its age.