It’s November 29th folks, and you know what the means! Verizon Wireless’ Samsung Galaxy Note II is now available for purchase in retail stores and online! Like just about everyone else, you can get Verizon’s Galaxy Note II for $299 on a new two-year contract (it’s $699 if you’re looking to pick it up off-contract). The only difference you’ll find on this device is the fact that Verizon has slapped their logo on the home button of the Note II. It’s a minor complaint, but can be overlooked with all of the awesome features this device is packing.
In case you’ve forgotten, the Note II is touting a massive 5.5-inch non-PenTile HD Super AMOLED screen, a Wacom-powered S-Pen, a 1.6GHz quad-core Exynos processor and 25GBs of RAM. Users will get to experience fantastic network speeds too, as the device is running on Verizon’s massive 4G LTE network.
Are you going to pick up a Galaxy Note II today from Verizon Wireless? If you’re at the end of your two-year contract, you might want to consider heading on over to AT&T where you can get the Galaxy Note II for $224.99 through Amazon Wireless. While their LTE network is definitely not as large as Verizon’s, the price difference is miraculous.
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source: Android Central
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