Samsung Galaxy Note 2 review, specs: The Android phablet known for its solid built and long battery life may have an appeal that’s impossible to be replaced.
Until today, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will continue to make its fan happy and deliver.
Will there ever be a replacement for this unit? Based on our notes, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Samsung Galaxy Note 4 aren’t providing the edge.
In our most recent Samsung Galaxy Note 2 review, specs story, users continue to show how much they love the unit.
“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,” writes 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.
Pat V says that the Note 2 is “awesome” and that it’s “not worth buying new” as the unit is still a very capable phone.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has a 5.5 Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels and a pixel density of 267 ppi.
Although the Note 2 doesn’t match the power of the S4 and S5’s display, Samsung has kept its trademark bright and colorful screen that many of its users have come to love.
One thing that has always made users fall in love with the unit is the battery.
One look and we can immediately tell that the Note 2’s battery is huge; in fact, we are talking about a 3100 mAh battery strapped behind the device.
Based on the earlier comment by a KpopStarz commenter, the unit can last up to 42 hours.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2, though an ancient device by tech standards, is seemingly built to last in terms of appeal.
It’s not a disposable or replaceable handset whose function is compromised by the shiniest successor available.