We’ve told you that Samsung is working on a Snapdragon 600-powered Samsung Galaxy Note II and voila – it’s now available for purchase in China.
As far as we’ve understood, aside from the processor change, rest of the specs are the same and include that big-ass HD screen, 2GB of RAM, dual cameras, a ton of built-in storage and so on.
It is said that the Korean giant opted for Qualcomm’s processor to make sure the Note II can sing along an array of 3G connectivity standards used in China, including TD-SCDMA, CDMA and GSM.
We’re not sure that this particular model (GT-N7108D) will ever “make it” to the West and honestly, we’re not feeling sorry for that. Cause soon enough we’ll get to play with its successor, Galaxy Note III, which will boast even faster Snapdragon 800 processor (or Sammy’s own Exynos SoC).