Samsung Galaxy Note will now be replaced with the Galaxy Note 2 (N7100). Physically, the screen is a little bigger with the size of 5.5 inches (Note screen measuring 5.3 inches), but with a resolution of 1280 × 720 pixels or slightly below Note that the screen resolution is 1280 × 800 pixels (276ppi vs 285ppi). Specifications screen itself is also identical to the first version of the Note, which is the Super AMOLED HD panel.
For the body, Galaxy Note 2 appear slightly thinner with a thickness of 9.4 mm (Note 9.65 mm) and weighs 180 grams. The design is also seen taking reference of the Samsung Galaxy S3. Given a choice of colors is also quite similar, namely Marble White and Titanium Gray. Samsung apparently still choose to maintain design with a removable battery cover, not a unibody design like some other vendors. Just like in the Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note 2 N7100 also supports microSD up to 32GB size.
Other significant increase occurred in the rear. Battery capacity Samsung Galaxy Note 2 increased dramatically to 3100 mAh or about 25% greater than the Galaxy Note. This is an important aspect for an average smartphone greedily consuming power. With a variety of improvement, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 seems to be a tempting option for users Galaxy Note and consumers who want a smartphone with an extra-sized screen.