Samsung Galaxy Note II now available on Verizon
We said it yesterday, and it looks like Verizon came through. The Samsung Galaxy Note II is now available on Big Red, both in stores and online. You can pick yours up for $299 on a 2-year commitment.
The phone comes with all the standards:
- 5.5-inch non-PenTile HD SuperAMOLED screen
- Wacom-powered S Pen
- 1.6GHz quad-core Exynos CPU
- 2GB RAM
Also, and this one’s a little weird, the already gigantic home button is now even more obvious, thanks to the Verizon logo pasted on the front of it.
If you’re picking one up, be sure to let us know how you like it below.
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