The main selling point for the Samsung Galaxy Note II LTE is that it is 4G enabled
The Samsung Galaxy Note II LTE has not had as much exposure to-date as the iPhone 5 or the Samsung Galaxy SIII LTE. Of course, you can already buy the 3G enabled Samsung Galaxy Note II and the Samsung Galaxy Note II LTE can be bought as from the 15th October this month.
The main selling point for the Samsung Galaxy Note II LTE is that it is 4G enabled and will offer download speeds of up to five times faster that the Samsung Galaxy Note II which is 3G enabled.
The 4G LTE version is available in Titanium Grey at the time of release and is 151 x 81 x 9 mm in size and weighs 183 grams which is acceptable for a smartphone with a 5.5 inch display screen.
The display screen is a HD Super AMOLED screen ( 720 x 1280 resolution ) measuring 5.55 inches and comes with an advanced S-Pen. It comes with Android Jelly Bean ( Android 4.1 ) and is powered by a Samsung Exynos 4412 1600 Megahertz processor. In terms of memory it comes with 2 Gigabytes of RAM and 15 Gigabytes of ROM.
Connectivity is via 4G LTE, 3G and Wi-Fi. Additionally it comes with Bluetooth, NFC, and GPS. The rear camera is 8 Megapixels with autofocus, optical zoom, macromode and an LED flash. The secondary camera is 2 Megapixels.
A few of the features of the Galaxy Note II LTE are Air View, S Note and S Planner.
We here at 4G.co.uk think that if you are in the market for a Samsung Galaxy Note II then the obvious choice must be the LTE version but we do need to point out that we have not seen the pricing yet.