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First Look: Samsung doubles down on its Galaxy Note 2 tablet phone

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First Look: Samsung doubles down on its Galaxy Note 2 tablet phone

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Not one to rest on its laurels, Samsung has added more features, faster processing, better multitasking, and a more capable S Pen to the Galaxy Note 2.

Hi guys Brian -- -- for cnet.com and today we're taking a first look at the -- -- galaxy note. To up from Samsung and basically this device is a follow up to the original note. Galaxy note device it has a larger five point five inch super amoled display here -- -- HD resolution. -- can see it's big breaks. And -- very stunning. I'm also. It to hasn't improved. S pen device which is a stylus and that I will launch a whole range of features for manipulating the screen. Armed with the -- Other features include. Android four. Point one chili -- as well as out you know Samsung's. -- lite over on top of software. Up on back is an eight megapixel camera with LED flash and the device also has a 3100 -- and battery to provide. As much you know run time as possible. Let's go to the some of the -- they can do this and that makes this devices such. With the new UIS and on the galaxy note. Too there's a new feature called your view where if you hold the -- that up to the screen within about ten them. Millimeters you'll see a little cursor appear on screen -- this can be used to say if you wanna go check out the gallery for photos. You could cover photo. Like this and -- preview. You can also take a look at the video player here. And hover over the video. And get a little preview of the video itself don't actually click on it all the way. And nothing to do is when you click on the video here. You can now. Use pop up play. Feature which now allows you to multitask. And play a video. While doing other things so you can you know check your email. Say. You don't -- your ticket counter. The up first we have here is the -- galaxy note to. Global version and this device is powered by via -- one point six gigahertz -- notes. Quad Core processor. As you can tell it is pretty fast. -- moment is very quickly. It also has two gigabytes of ram that insures quick performance as well. -- of their have a folks this has been a another up close look at the brand new Samsung galaxy note to.

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