Samsung Galaxy Note II is now available in South Korea


Samsung is doing a world tour to launch the second of it’s phablet’s range, the Samsung Galaxy Note II. Samsung home country already had their share of the tour and they got the unveil of the device. This inclused the availability details and carrier options. South Korea has three carriers, SKT, KT and LG U+ all of which will sell the device.

As usual the device selling in South Korea is the best of them all, donning 2GB RAM, 5.5 inch display (HD, SuperAMOLED)1.6GHz Exynos Quad Core, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, Cameras being 8MP rear and 1.9MP front. Most importantly, the Galaxy Note for South Korea sells with LTE support on all the carriers, you realize this is one country with 100% LTE coverage. Other features packed in are Wi-Fi, NFC, a 3100mAh battery and options for either 32 or 64GB mass storage.

One feature which stands out for this Note that might make previous Note owners want to upgrade is the advanced stylus, that Sammy loves calling the S Pen. This comes with an upgraded SDK that makes the Galaxy Note Stylus useful without the need to actually touch the device. The tour will see 260 carriers across the world get to sell the Galaxy Note II in 128 countries in the coming days.