The highly-awaited Samsung Galaxy Note II is now officially available in Canada. According to a post on the Samsung Canada Facebook page, Samsung is currently working hard to get inventory to all retail and carrier partners, but "in-store availability will be scarce until we get our full supply to stores over the next two weeks." The latest iteration of the smartphone/tablet hybrid from Samsung running the latest version of Google' Android OS will be sold through Rogers, Telus, Bell, SaskTel, Mobilicity, WIND, and Videotron.
What Else You Need To Know
- While other carriers only list the Samsung Galaxy Note II as coming soon on their web sites, Rogers already has pricing for it wihch starts at $199.99 a piece with a 3-year service contract. It can also be purchased for $659.99 without a contract.
- The Samsung Galaxy Note II features a 5.5-inch HD touchscreen display, a 1.6GHz quad-core CPU, an 8MP camera, a 3,100mAh battery, and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
We can understand if you’re rather frustrated to hear about the news. To avoid more disappointment, it’s best to make some phone calls before you head to the store(s) with the hope of picking one up.- Bams Sadewo, Android Authority
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