NUMERICAL NETWORK Three has told The INQUIRER that it plans to sell Samsung's latest large screen phone, the Galaxy Note 2, later this month.
Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 2 at IFA in Berlin last week as the follow-up to its 10 million selling Galaxy Note. Improving on the original, the device features a 5.5in HD Super AMOLED screen with support for Samsung's S Pen Technology and has a 1.6GHz quad-core processor.
The Galaxy Note 2 also arrives running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean along with Samsung's custom user interface, enabling users to doodle on the big display.
There's also an 8MP rear-facing camera, a 1.9MP front-facing camera, either 16GB, 32GB or 64GB of internal storage and support for 3G or 4G connections. However, Samsung has said that it won't support LTE networks here in Blighty, despite the fact that Three has announced support for the phone.
Sylvia Chind, head of Devices at Three said, "Following the success of the Samsung Galaxy Note, we're delighted to add the Samsung Galaxy Note II to our range.
"Perfect for those who love their tech and with an array of intuitive features as seen on the Galaxy S III, this smartphone provides the efficiency of a tablet in the palm of your hand giving users the best experience on Three."
Three hasn't announced pricing yet, but it's likely to fetch around £35 a month complete with all-you-can-eat data.
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