Samsung Galaxy Note II, Titanium 16GB (AT&T)
( stars, based on 108 reviews)
The Samsung Galaxy Note II SGH-I317 blurs the line between phone and tablet, featuring a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display, and an advanced stylus. This device features stylus-oriented software such as handwriting recognition and multiple exclusive apps for taking notes, sketching, and more. Other features of the Note II include 8-megapixel camera, 1.6GHz quad-core processor, WiFi, 4G LTE data, 16GB internal memory, microSD slot for additional storage, and global roaming capabilities. Use this device to access thousands of apps, games, movies, books, and music on Google's Play Store.
- Amazon Sales Rank: #89397 in Wireless Phone
- Size: 16 GB
- Color: Black
- Brand: Samsung
- Model: Galaxy Note 2
- Released on: 2012-11-10
- Dimensions: 5.95" h x .37" w x 3.17" l, .40 pounds
- Display: 5.5-inches
- Camera: 8-MP
- Processor Speed: 1.6 GHz
- OS: Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean)
Wireless speeds up to 10 times faster than today's 3G from any other national wireless carrier (view larger).
Eight MP camera with video and flash (view larger).
Samsung Galaxy Note II brings a whole new category of smartphones to AT&T. This high-performance device boasts many rich features and is indispensable when it comes to entertainment and productivity thanks to an enhanced S Pen hover experience, intuitive software, and elegant hardware features. Touch, hover, scribble, and speak—the Note II offers multiple tactile ways to interact. Capture and create with the innovative S Pen and preloaded apps like S Memo and S Note. Enjoy multitasking, intuitive interactions, customizable home screens, and more on the latest Google OS Android 4.1, Jelly Bean and the Samsung TouchWiz platform. With the latest HD Super AMOLED Plus technology powering the Note II’s 5.5-inch 720P display, images are bigger, clearer, and brighter than ever allowing you to view color-rich movies, photos, presentations, and gaming. With Note II performance and power are automatic, thanks to Samsung’s Exynos 1.6 Ghz quad-core processor, a long-lasting battery, and blazing fast 4G LTE network speeds.
For Business and Beyond
Office from anywhere, keep business data secure and remain in compliance with IT policies with Note II, a Samsung Approved for Enterprise (SAFE) device that supports Mobile Device Management (MDM), on-device encryption (ODE), corporate email/calendar/contacts, and Virtual Private Networks (VPN). From multitasking features to IT security to tools for efficiently sharing ideas, Note II is built for business.
A clear, crisp display paired with a comfortable and secure one-handed grip mean clarity and portability that goes where you go.
Enjoy a more PC-like experience with the S Pen hover capability, which allows you to interact with the screen without touching it directly. Hover to find contextual information, preview links, and magnify websites.
The high-performance Samsung Galaxy Note II, featuring a high-capacity battery and 4G LTE network capability, gives you the power to blaze through any task with confidence.
Experience quick response and smooth playback thanks to the powerful performance of the Samsung Exynos quad-core processor.
Capture and share your ideas in even more creative ways with the Premium Suite: Create detailed notebooks with S Note tools for recognizing shapes, solving math formulas, and completing text searches.
Open, view, and edit Microsoft Office and Google documents on the go with Polaris Office.
Share info with other smartphones faster than ever. Beam allows you to share contacts, YouTube videos, maps, webpages and more by simply touching two phones together. Need to share directions? Bring up the map, align the backs of the two devices and press “touch to beam.”
The Enhanced S Pen Experience
A refined and more accurate S Pen makes the Galaxy Note II easier and more intuitive to use. The Hover feature delivers more functionality with fewer clicks, making you more productive. The pen is now eight millimeters longer and one millimeter thicker, making it more comfortable to use.
The device recognizes pen proximity to the screen (before touching the screen) and creates interaction opportunities for new behaviors, information and user experiences.
When you remove the S Pen from its slot, a pop-up with S Pen related apps appears on the display. Apps include S Pen, S Memo, Zen Brush, and third party apps using S Pen SDK.
The Galaxy Note II comes fully loaded with features. Access all your content anytime from anywhere with AllShare Play. Keep up to date with all your favorite sports teams, stream movies, shop online and listen to tunes all with your phone. The Galaxy Note II also comes with Google Play, which gives you access to thousands of apps, and the Samsung Media Hub.
The Galaxy Note II measures 5.9 x 3.2 x .4 inches and weighs 6.3 ounces.
What's in the Box
Samsung Galaxy Note II device; 3100 mAh ion lithium battery; AC charger/USB cable combo; English Getting Started Guide; Spanish Getting Started Guide; Recycle bag
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Most helpful customer reviews
230 of 234 people found the following review helpful.
Can't stop looking at this screen
By John Brian Moran
JUST A REVIEW OF SOME OF MY THOUGHTS ON THE NOTE 2, NOT A FULL BLOWN CRITIQUE:
Switched, after many years, from APPLE to SAMSUNG. It took guts, my friends.
I am totally immersed in all things APPLE, have been since my first Apple IIc computer.
Owned desktops, Mac clone Power Computing desktops, every ipod, several imacs, mac minis, iphones....you get the picture. I live in that "closed" but very efficient environment.
I was, as of two weeks ago, a Samsung/Android virgin.
I got my samsung galaxy note II from Best Buy (they offered a $75 coupon which may, at this writing, still be available), but online purchases were backed up a month so they found me a store in my zip code that had one: 86th and Lex in NYC. Salesperson there, in a huge a crowded store, told me it was the first Note II they had sold.
I was afraid that I wouldn't have access to the many apps I had grown to love on my iphone. I have found them all, and more. I was nervous that the criticisms of the "plastic-y" build would be true. Although the snap off back of the Note II is ridiculously thin and flimsy, once it is snapped into place, the phone feels solid.
I was warned that it's too big! blah blah blah....It is not too big. After two hours of playing with the Note II, I picked up my iphone and....laughed. Yes, it is THAT easy to become accustomed to the perfect (for me) size of this phone. If you can't reach the dial pad, keyboard, shortcuts with one hand....just go into settings and select "One Handed Operation". Brilliant.
It feels great, slips into top pocket, or jacket, inside coat pocket. (although it will fit, don't sit on it in back pants pocket) I think it needs a cover, ordered one for 10 bucks on ebay. The back of the phone is way too slippery and slides too easily. Get a cover that offers some friction but minimally increases the size of the phone.
Apparently, Samsung fixed all of the gripes from the original Note. I don't know, but they have thought of a lot of great stuff.
Ordered a 64GB SD card on which I will store mounds of music, vids, and pix. THat's a lot of storage space. They say that Apple does not offer memory upgrades on the iphone because SD cards are too slow and would compromise the speed of the machine. Yes, but the new microSDXC Memory Card Ultra Class 10 UHS-I from SanDisk is rated FAST and built for this phone. $60 at B&H Photo. I have to say that snapping off the back of my phone to reveal battery, simm, and SD card slot is an incredibly satisfying experience for an iphone guy.
Battery capacity is huge, but don't get too excited. With 4g, bluetooth, 5.5" screen, etc....it lasts a day, just like any other phone. The thing I've discovered that does improve battery life somewhat, is getting yourself an app killer. I have ADVANCED TASK MANAGER. Just kills the unused but running apps and widgets. Also incredibly useful: the pull down notifications window. From any screen, swipe down from top to reveal a list of notifications from all sources: email, Facebook, app updates. Just view them, swipe them to the right and they are gone. Notification light on upper left hand corner of phone reminds you to check. It's instantaneous and handy.
Transferring CONTACTS from my MacBook took some investigation, but they are all there. There are also apps to help you retrieve all of your SMS messages, which was very helpful. I haven't figured out the calendar transfer yet...but I will.
Updating/syncing happens OTA all the time. You can, of course, control this.
Samsung offers KIES and KIES AIR, a program you place on your laptop to facilitate transfers to and from your phone. Also available, Android File Transfer, much more basic but useable. I had trouble when both were on my laptop at the same time. There are loads of options in the PLAY STORE.
SUM: Note II is beautiful, sleek, and fast. I have not become proficient with the stylus so you will have to look elsewhere for opinions on that part of this phone.
Camera is cool, but do I think the pictures are great because of the luscious screen? I don't know. Everything looks good on this phone. It's fun and I'm glad I took the leap.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful.
Best phone for busy business people
This phone allows me to work and play from just about anywhere. It is my alarm clock and reminder for very important things. I can see a full size calendar anytime, view my agenda list is just a few steps away. I can take pictures, view photos, listen to music, watch movies, and surf the Web -- all on a big enough screen so I don't have to squint. People who are not technology savvy just don't understand why you'd pay so much for a phone, but this phone is not just a phone, it's a computer, too. I can edit documents, save files locally or to the cloud and never miss a beat when I'm off from work or at work. The S Pen allows me to jot notes; instead of typing, I can just write. The phone knows when I have removed the pen and beeps if I have left it behind.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
Great Phone, but with defects. Check it thoroughly
By YOLANDA JONES
Purchased this phone for my mom, it was her first smart phone. I have the note 3 so i know the phone well, however what i didn't do was check out all the functions and features before the return date. One day she was gone listen to music on the blue tooth i bought her, and all the phone does is growl. The microphone doesn't work and never did when we purchased the phone, but it's my fault for not thoroughly checking it outwhen i purchased it. But buyers CHECK OUT YOUR MERCHANDISE.