Monday, March 24, 2014

Marco Polo Express Offers Samsung Galaxy Note 2 for 329-Euro

I heard a lot of surprising reports about Samsung Galaxy Note 2 around the corner of smartphone industry. However, the appearances of the said 5.5-inch portable device in Amazon and other online stores reminds me of what I can get from the different range of prices. AT&T and other U.S. telecom providers started to offer the Android phone way back in 2012.

Guess what, the upgraded version of Samsung Galaxy Note 2 hits the market few years ago. And now, it is reaching the other regions with 4G technology. This might be the answer of Samsung to the increasing demand of LTE-enabled smartphones for any possible users. And despite of competition, Marco Polo Express from Europe is joining to offer the 5.5-inch phone for 329-euro only.

This model offered by Marco Polo Express is free of any contract just like of other brands which are currently available from their variety of smartphones. Compared to other 5.5-inch Samsung Galaxy Note 2 outside of Europe, there is no significant difference except from its predecessors that is treated with a much older version of Android.

And this Samsung Galaxy Note 2 in Marco Polo Express is running Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) operating system with TouchWiz interface. It has a signature S-Pen technology of the Korean electronic company which is also available in their very own tablet computers.

Marco Polo Express Offers Samsung Galaxy Note 2

In addition, user can choose from either 16GB, 32GB, or 64GB model added with Micro-SD card slot for additional storage space. Other specs includes 8-megapixel main camera which supports a full high-definition (HD) video recording and AMOLED touchscreen display.



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