The 4G enabled Samsung Galaxy Note II LTE is now officially on-sale with EE ( which owns Orange and T-Mobile ) on its 4G mobile network. The Samsung Galaxy Note II LTE will download web pages, photos, large files and HD movies on EE’s 4G network five times faster than the same device on a 3G network.
The 4G Samsung Galaxy Note II LTE comes in Titanium Grey and has a huge 5.5 inch display screen and weighs 183 grams. The display screen is a HD Super AMOLED screen and comes with an advanced S-Pen. The Android OS is Jelly Bean ( Android 4.1 ) and the Note II is powered by a Samsung Exynos 4412 1600 Megahertz processor. The memory stacks up at 2 Gigabytes of RAM and 15 Gigabytes of ROM.
It also comes with 4G LTE, 3G and Wi-Fi ( free ) connectivity. There is a 8 Megapixels rear camera with autofocus, optical zoom, macro-mode and an LED flash. The secondary camera is 2 Megapixels.
The 4G Samsung Galaxy Note II LTE pricing starts at £36 a month and this comes with unlimited 4G voice calls and texts, free Wi-Fi via BT and 500MB of 4G mobile data allowance. On this tariff the 4G Samsung Galaxy Note II LTE sets you back £180 up-front.
EE offer more expensive tariffs with 3GB of 4G mobile data allowance costing £46 per month while the up-front cost reduces to £90.
You can buy the 4G Samsung Galaxy Note II LTE on-line at EE’s website or at any of over 700 EE retails shops.