New Samsung Galaxy Note 2 runs SnapDragon 600, LTE

New Samsung Galaxy Note 2 runs SnapDragon 600, LTE

While we’re all expecting the Galaxy Note 3 to be revealed this September at the IFA in Germany, Samsung has refreshed the Galaxy Note 2 and used Qualcomm’s chipset instead of their own.

The new variant, the GT-N7108D, comes with a Snapdragon 600 quad-core processor and Adreno 320 graphics.


That also includes the penta-band LTE connectivity that was scarce in the previous variant.

Samsung Galaxy Note II N7108D specs:
5.5? HD Super AMOLED display @ 1280×720 pixels, 267ppi
Gorilla Glass 2
Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 1.9GHz quad-core processor
Adreno 320 Graphics
16GB, 32GB, 64GB internal storage
up to 64GB via microSD card
HSPA+ 21Mbps
LTE 100Mbps
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, dual-band 2.4GHz & 5.0GHz
WiFi Direct
Bluetooth 4.0
8MP rear camera, 1080p video recording
1.9MP front-facing camera
GPS with aGPS support, GLONASS
Li-Ion 3100mAh battery
Android 4.2.2 Jellybean

The rest of the specs are still the same as the older Galaxy Note 2. Not sure if Samsung will still ship the units here though. Besides, this looks like a China-only announcement.


Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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11 Responses

  1. John says:

    Why would you get this when the Note III is coming.

    At kung snpdrgn 600 yan, malamang 800 na ung N3.

  2. darius says:

    GT-N7108D? i think this is dual sim phone.

  3. ariel says:

    enough of these variants that just appears every month from samsung! Im sick of samsung …I want HTC ONE and their HTC mini looks nice and perfect!

  4. Epstein says:

    China only? Is there LTE in China already?

  5. carlcabs says:

    I’m having trouble getting my Samsung Note2 N7105 LTE open line from HK to work with Globe’s LTE network. Has anyone encountered the same problem and is there any solution to this?

    @abe..what is the model of the Samsung note2 that Globe is offering in its LTE plan, sir? Thanks.

    • banoffe says:

      Buying it from HK means that the bands for that device is optimized for HK. Bands used by the telcos may vary depending on the country (might be true per operator as well). Not sure on how you ca fix it, though.

      For the Note 2 model question, it’s N7105.

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