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First Look: Samsung Galaxy Note 2: Samsung's next-generation phablet

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First Look: Samsung Galaxy Note 2: Samsung's next-generation phablet

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From the IFA show in Berlin, Samsung product marketing director Ryan Bidan demos the new Galaxy Note 2 for CNET's Stephen Shankland.

So this apartment five inch super amoled plus HD displays at 720. I'm -- the next evolution of error cuts to cram more technology from. Great -- -- -- an -- at five point five inches and HD resolution. I'm coffee by 720. I'm get lots of information on the screen and a little bit narrower than the original -- without large screen. A little bit thinner and about the same way a much larger batteries and it was it is 3100003100. Million power so. The biggest battery. Us and our Quad Core one point six billiards -- that's correct answer to -- fought for one point six gigahertz Scott Foster got two gigs of ram. And will be available on. About three memory configurations 1630 T or sixty planet search and you play PS patents. And actually immediately launches to. Special home screens is that you can customize with us and enabled applications -- -- and updated snap movable screen. -- them maximize and minimize them and it's all over so just -- the bundle up the screen. -- -- -- -- And you can use that while you're doing anything else on the device. -- -- and things and underneath. Take a quick note while they're on the phone and -- equipment when our call for the S pen that features. 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity. So it is a lot more pressure sensitive coming. -- Receiver. Color and close -- once it again you. The -- folder -- conception is you preview of what's inside that folder. For example. On them watching video. Now. Hover over the timeline pop -- plays back. Featured he's -- history. Cool thing about it and -- -- sizable. If any other application -- can watch video often. --

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