Now that the Galaxy Note II has officially launched in South Korea, Samsung has introduced a lengthy demo video aimed at helping consumers get more acquainted with the device’s features. And there are quite a few bundled under that 5.5-inch display. Samsung is quite obviously taking full advantage of the real estate, whether you’re watching video, looking at photos, or working on documents. Plenty of focus is put on the S Pen — and some Samsung-specific features — which has been redesigned for a better experience and more precise control. If you’ve been anticipating the Note II’s arrival — we’ll know more about a U.S. launch on Oct. 24 — the above video will just make the wait that much more agonizing. But check it out anyway to get the full rundown of all the device’s great features.
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