Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (multiple carriers)
Feed the Galaxy S3 some growth hormones, and add a stylus and a suite of new software, and you have the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. The quad-core "phablet" is now bigger and better than the original, and had more software features than the GS3 when it first arrived on the scene. Not everyone will love the size, and there are flaws, but it offers to physically immerse you in the creative experience in a way that no other smartphone does.
December 17, 2012 12:32 PM PST
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