Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Available at AT&T Starting Today

Samsung Galaxy Note 2

Today AT&T has presented the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 phablet to its customers, and as expected, it was well received. Even if AT&T is a little bit behind with the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 presentation, considering that some carriers have already offered the long waited phablet, they managed to put a reasonable prince on this piece of technology. So, are you willing to give up the temptation and make a two-year contract with AT&T in order to get Samsung Galaxy Note 2 for only $299? As I said, AT&T has bought today the phablet both on shelf and on their official website where you can order it with the two year contract or with any other combination which will suit you.

Considering the $399 which you have to give up, among the two year contract in order to get your hands on T-Mobile’s version of Samsung Galaxy Note 2, the AT&T offer doesn’t sound so pricey after all.

But before presenting a few features of the phablet, here is the some comparisons which our team made so that you can see exactly where does this phablet stands against some well known smartphones or tablets including the old Samsung Galaxy Note, the Samsung Galaxy S3 and iPhone 5.

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 introduced the new S Pen concept with air view, a concept which came true thanks to the technology incorporated into the S Pen. Some of the specifications include the 1.6 GHz Quad core processor and an impressive 16 GB internal memory which can be increased trough the microSD card slot. Galaxy Note 2 comes with 2GB of RAM memory and is powered by Android Jelly Bean 4.1 OS. The 5.5 inch Super AMOLED @ 720p display is what really makes this device neither a smartphone or a tablet, but it created a whole new concept: the phablet.

As for the camera, it has an 8 MP rear camera and an 1.9 MP front facing one, which they have to do a really good job, otherwise they wouldn’t mount such a great display on it.

As for the ending part, are you going to get your Samsung Galaxy Note 2 from T-Mobile, the new lauched AT&T or you would like to wait a little bit more for the Verizon offer?