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Samsung Galaxy Note II LTE coming to 4G EE network


The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 was released on Monday and today the UK has seen the launch of the first 4G smartphones for Everything Everywhere’s new EE brand, the UK’s first ever network to run 4G LTE signal.

Three Android devices have launched on the network today, and EE has decided it would bea good idea to release the massive 5.55inch tablet/smartphone device on their network with 4G LTE capabilities.

Everything Everywhere has announced that they will be stocking the Samsung Galaxy Note II LTE (4G Version) from October 15th alongside the original line-up of phones (see line-up here) and the Apple iPhone 5.

The Samsung Galaxy Note II is an impressive smartphone with its 1280 x 720 pixel 5.5-inch display, 1.6Ghz quad-core processor which has an additional 2GB of RAM, coming in 16, 32 and 64Gb versions and all running off the latest Google Android Jelly Bean 4.1 OS with the Samsung TouchWiz UI.

Additionally, the Galaxy Note II comes with the Samsung-specific S-Pen stylus that will allow users to access extra features such as note taking, annotating documents and drawing.

We received our Galaxy Note II today and cannot wait to get it up and running for you guys, but sadly there will be no 4G network with ours and with EE yet to actually launch the LTE signal (stating that 4G mobile network will be available in the “coming weeks”) we are not missing much, for now at least.

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