• Samsung Galaxy Note 2 & Samsung Galaxy Camera

    By Clove , August 30, 2012 - Leave a comment

    Samsung continue to hit the headlines having released 2 very special devices amongst others within the last 24 hours.

    The most talked about has to be the much rumoured Note 2, the successor to the original Note, yet the second generation got bigger and better going from a 5.3” display to 5.55” and from a dual-core to quad core processor.

    Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Features
    • Android 4.1 Jelly Bean with TouchWiz
    • 5.5″ Display
    • S Pen Stylus
    • 1.6GHz quad-core processor
    • 2GB RAM
    • MicroSD slot
    • 16/32/64GB internal storage
    • 16:9 aspect ration (perfect for movie playback)
    • 3100mAh battery

    Also announced was Samsung’s answer to Nikon’s Coolpix S800c. A 16 megapixel compact camera powered by Android.  A fantastic sounding product, the features and opportunities such a camera brings is quite incredible.

    Samsung Galaxy Camera Features
    • Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
    • 1.4GHz quad-core processor
    • 4.8″ super clear touch screen
    • 16MP Image Sensor
    • Pop-up Xenon Flash
    • 21X Optical Zoom
    • ‘Expert Mode’ for manual adjustments
    • Wi-Fi, 3G (data not voice)
    • HDMI port
    • 3.5mm port
    • MicroUSB port (for charging and data transfer)

    We have not yet had confirmation on availability or price for either of these product, but if you like these as much as we do, it is worth heading to our product pages to register your interest. We will then email you as soon as we have more information.

    CLICK HERE to register your interest for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2

    CLICK HERE to register your interest for the Samsung Galaxy Camera


    This article was written by a member of the Clove Team. Clove is a specialist provider of mobile technology products, including smartphones, tablets, wearables, connected home products, memory cards and associated accessories.


  • Both look very nice; I was prepared to be underwhelmed with the Note 2 specs not being greatly improved, but there’s an awful lot of new functionality in there. The funny thing with the Galaxy Camera is that I bought Samsungs WB850F a few months back for a holiday, (which has the same zoom and MP as the Galaxy Camera, so I presume it’s the same optics hardware) and it has so many of the features the Galaxy Camera sports, like the remote viewfinder and wifi file transfer to Android devices, but with annoying little UI quirks and shortcomings, that an Android version really does sound like a perfect match. Really nice picture quality as well, though I’m no pro. Sounds like October’s going to be a busy month for Samsung!

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