Samsung Galaxy Note 2 versatility replicates S3

 

By Posted 5 Sep 2012, 04:29

Now that we’ve had the official unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, most of you are probably wanting to know how you can get your hands on one as soon as possible. Samsung hasn’t finalized a set release date for the device yet, but they have already detailed the large array of official accessories that will be available to purchase alongside the Note 2.

The pleasing thing to note here, no pun intended, is that the accessory lineup basically matches what is already available for the popular Galaxy S3. Samsung will be offering a variety of flip cases, hard covers and pouches – all in a multiple choice of colors to suit everyones tastes.

Flip covers are starting to become every popular with Note fans and you are probably still rocking a stylish flip cover for your current Note. Regardless if you bought one from Samsung or from a third party company, Samsung will be offering at least ten different flip covers, including colors such as mustard yellow, blue, green, traditional white and black, red and of course pink and purple for the ladies.

If you happen to have slightly large hands and fingers, you’ll also be pleased to hear that Samsung will also give you the chance to purchase a secondary S-Pen of varying size, if the one that comes out of the box is too small for you. One such example includes a much thicker S-Pen, with the ability to connect to your phone via Bluetooth and take calls with it via the built-in microphone – James Bond style.

You can see an overview of some of the accessories on offer thanks to the included image from Slashgear, but we’ve also found another video which takes a look at the larger S-Pen for those that are interested in that. Are you happy to see Samsung extending their Galaxy S3 style accessories for the Note 2?

Official accessories can obviously be very pricey, but if you have to buy at least one – what would you choose?

  • Gart Allison

    Great idea for the secondary S-pen. However, it would benefit a great deal from a more considered design form. Currently reminds me of a big parker pen. James bond style? More ‘never say never again’ rather than ‘skyfall’.

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