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Verizon’s Samsung Galaxy Note II Selling For $199.99 On Amazon Under New 2 Year Contracts

December 6, 2012
The New Beast on the block. The Galaxy Note II

The New Beast on the block. The Galaxy Note II

 

When you’re looking for a good device to grab at a discounted price then Amazon seems to be the place to go. Amazon is offering the newly released Samsung Galaxy Note II from Verizon for $199.99 for new customers getting a two-year contract. If you haven’t seen the Note II (you must be living under a rock somewhere), the Samsung Galaxy Note II boasts a nifty 5.5 inch HD Super AMOLED display which brings vibrant and illuminating pictures to the device. You get a nice boost in speed from Verizon’s LTE network and the Exynos 1.6 quad core processor under the hood doesn’t look too bad either. And let’s not forget about the sleek S-pen hidden in the back of the phone for easy writing, typing, and pin point accuracy on that huge screen.

After using my Mr. Harrison’s Note II under Sprint I have to say that it is a pretty nice grab. The sheer size of the phone makes you feel like your holding a powerful tool. It’s almost like holding a smaller tablet (which is why its predecessor, the Note I was dubbed a phablet). The colors come out really well and the processor makes sure that the screen movements run smoothly. Personally, I’ve been thinking of making a grab for the device myself and I already have the Galaxy Nexus in my grasp. That might just be a nice little grab for me before the holidays really get going.

 

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