GT-N7100 Galaxy Note II is the new version of Samsungs popular smartphone, this time with a slightly larger AMOLED- screen display (5,5 inch). 16 GB memory, the processor is quad-core and on 1,6 GHz and the camera is 8 megapixels. Just like in the previous model, the operating system is Google's Android. Released in 2012.
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Mobile Garage Used $379.00   $379.00 Visit shop Galaxy Note 2 16GB (Grey)
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(65 user reviews) $456.00     Visit shop
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(3 user reviews) $470.00 $470.00 Visit shop
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(52 user reviews) $477.00     Visit shop
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(6 user reviews) $477.99     Visit shop
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(64 user reviews) $489.00   $518.95 Visit shop
eSquare     $495.00    
Samsung GT-N7100 Galaxy Note II 16GB White
Omni Tech     $499.00     $514.00
Samsung N7100 Galaxy Note 2 - White
Digi Parallel Imports Digi Parallel Imports 4 locations in Westfield malls
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& 326A Queen St. 1yr warranty
(20 user reviews) $527.00     Visit shop
Dippys Mobilez Dippys Mobilez

(2 user reviews) $549.00     $558.99 Visit shop
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