Samsung is rolling out their redesigned Galaxy Note smartphone-hybrid in markets across the world. If you're set on upgrading to the Galaxy Note 2's bigger screen and more powerful processor then there's only one question left: white or grey?
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 comes in two color options: Marble White and Titanium Gray. It's possible that in the near future Samsung will widen the Galaxy Note 2's color offerings to include a black version (although the gray one looks kind of black already) or even some flashy colorful designs. Apparently based on current sales figures Titanium Gray is the current consumer favorite.
Video via Android Authority:
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Specs and Features:
-5.5" HD Super AMOLED non-PenTile screen
-Display resolution of 1,280x720
-1.6 GHz quad-core Exynos CPU
-8 megapixel rear camera
-1.9 megapixel front camera
-3,100 mAh battery
-Slightly thiner design measuring 0.37 inches
-Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
-16GB, 32GB or 64GB options with expandable storage up to 64GB via microSD
-S Pen stylus with improved ergonomic design and new stylus-specific features including Air View content preview
Check out the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 drop test, courtesy of Android Authority and their maniacal passion for dropping smartphones to see if they'll crack.
Read the IDesignTimes full Samsung Galaxy Note 2 review here.