Yes, you heard that right. It looks like the Samsung Galaxy Note II will indeed, becoming to Verizon. While this is not 100 percent confirmed yet, a reputable source told Briefmobile that Samsung will repeat it’s multicarrier launch tactic that made the Galaxy S III so popular. What makes this even more delicious is some of the specs.
It looks like the Verizon version of the Note II will be the same as the international version. That means the quad-core Exynos processer running at 1.6ghz, 2gb of RAM and have 4g LTE. To put it bluntly, this is going to be one Psik phone. Also, that means that if this phone does come to Big Red, this will be my next phone. I will admit, I am giddy at the prospect. I predict that the Galaxy Note II, coupled with the success of the Galaxy S III will clinch Samsungs dominance of the Android platform in the mobile phone space. Motorola and HTC take note (see what I did there?) you’re in some serious trouble.
So phablet fans, what do you think? Will you get this phone or are you choosing the upcoming HTC competitor?