Galaxy Note II 4G Now $79 For New Verizon Customers

Galaxy Note II 4G Now $79 For New Verizon Customers

The price of the Samsung Galaxy Note II has been dropped for new Verizon customers.

If you already have a Verizon account, you can put your hands on the handset for $149 with a contract.

If you are a new customer and you sign up for a brand new Verizon individual plan, the cost is just $79.

If you are interested in the offer, you will want to know that the Verizon Galaxy Note II features a very good quad core processor, 2 GB of RAM memory, has one of the largest resolution displays, is 4G capable, and comes with a split screen feature that is unique on the market.

The split screen feature is the best selling point of the phone. It allows the user to divide the 5.55 inch screen into 2 mini screens. Each screen is independent and can be used for a different task.

For instance, you can check your Facebook account in one and watch a music video in the other one.

Those interested in battery life should know that in standby mode the Samsung Galaxy Note II 4G can last for 12 days while in talk time the phone offers 15 hours.

The official offer is here on here on Amazon.

Keep in mind that this is a limited time offer.

Do you like the Galaxy Note II and will you be taken advantage of the price drop? Let us know in the comments section below!

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