The Galaxy Note II is about to launch in the UK and be announced in America, but Samsung has only recently uploaded a video demonstrating their software tweaks. The video showcases a Korean Galaxy Note II, but the experience should be largely the same in other countries.
The most interesting feature is multi window mode, which allows two apps to appear on the screen at once. The number of compatible apps is larger than on the Galaxy Note 10.1 and it even includes some stock Google apps like Gmail.
The Galaxy Note 2 (or Galaxy Note II if you prefer) has just been teased in a video for Samsung Mobile UNPACKED. Not much is seen of the phone besides extremely close shots of the S Pen being removed and in action. There is no way of telling if the leaked photos are indeed accurate from this video.
The first ten seconds of the video shows seemingly random video clips. My guess is they were filmed on the Galaxy Note 2. The whole video is a jumbled mess designed to not show much off, but watch the teaser if you are dying for a glimpse at the rumored 5.5-inch phone.
People keep getting their hands on the Galaxy Note 10.1 and uploading videos to YouTube. This latest video just shows off some of the software found on the Galaxy Note 10.1. One thing that I noticed in the video is the lack of lag. Between Ice Cream Sandwich and the quad-core Exynos processor in the Note 10.1, it puts my Galaxy Tab 10.1 to shame.
The revamped Galaxy Note 10.1 has been rumored and spotted for some time, but we finally can get a decent look at it thanks to a hands on video by YouTuber Leiche. The video features a hardware tour of the Galaxy Note 10.1 including the specs of the sensors, memory, storage, and processor.
Samsung has recently been airing ads poking fun at Apple users and this ad follows the same theme. A line of Apple fans are lined up and waiting for the next iPhone and a person with a Galaxy Note walks by. Immediately the people in line are intrigued. Then everybody breaks out into song and dance.
A few other Samsung devices are present in the video like the Galaxy S II and a Galaxy Tab.
Skype video calls are a breeze to create and enjoy on the Galaxy Tab 10.1. First install Skype from the Android Market. Then login with your Skype account. Obviously, if you do not have one, then you can create one on Skype.com. Then find a contact that you would like to call. (Note I just called myself on my laptop with another account.)