Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is the second phablet manufactured by the South Korea-based company. The first generation Note was released in October 2011, then 11 months later the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 made its market debut, with 5 million units sold in 2 months, a performance accomplished by the first generation in not less than 5 months.
Except for the impressive sales figures, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 also brings impressive technical specifications.
The 5.5-inch phablet is based on Samsung’s proprietary Exynos 4 Quad chipset with a quad-core 1.6 GHz Cortex A9 GPU and Mali 400MP GPU. Besides the huge 5.5-inch HD Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 720 x 1,280p and an aspect ratio of 16:9, Samsung Galaxy Note 2 also comes with 2 GB of RAM and 16/32/64 GB of internal storage.
The connectivity area brings WiFi in all standards, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, 3G and 4G LTE, microUSB 2.0, and 3.5 mm audio jack for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. The camera mounted on the back of the phablet is a 8 megapixel sensor with autofocus, LED flash, face and smile detection, simoultaneous HD video and photo recording and full HD video recording capabilities, while the user-facing 1.9 megapixel camera comes with support for HD video recording at 60 fps.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 comes pre-loaded with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean with TouchWiz UI and the Premium Suite package, that brings a handful of S-Pen stylus optimized applications.
If you want root access to your Samsung Galaxy Note 2 we are inviting you to choose one of the tutorials below. We’ll have you know that our writers have tested the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 root tutorials, each being fully functional. Because Samsung doesn’t want you to mess with the system partition of your Galaxy Note 2, the warranty will be voided as soon as the root is applied. Fortunately, you will be able to restore the warranty by installing an official ROM on your Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
The root unlocks certain features of your smartphone, also allowing you to install certain apps from the Google Play Store that require root access. The root access is also a must have when it comes to installing custom ROMs like CyanogenMod, AOKP or Paranoid.By Alex Dumitru