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News ByteSamsung Galaxy Note II, the smartphone-tablet hybrid will be available on Oct. 25 for $300 with a two-year contract. The Galaxy Note successor features a larger 5.5-inch touchscreen, a more advanced stylus and 4G LTE support. It will also be Sprint’s first smartphone to run the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system and have a quad-core processor.
News ByteSamsung said it had sold more than two million units worldwide. In his review of the Galaxy Note, AllThingsD’s Walt Mossberg said that some users might find it appealing as a stylus-driven small tablet, but he couldn’t recommend it as the main mobile phone for most people.