Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is reportedly available for pre-orders on the Verizon Wireless website.

Buyers who wish to be the first to get their hands on Samsung's latest phablet Galaxy Note 2 can place orders on the website and expect the device to arrive within two days.

According to reports, Galaxy Note 2 has not hit retail stores yet and is only available online through various carrier networks.

Samsung globally unveiled the Galaxy Note's successor on Aug 29 at electronic exhibition IFA (Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin) in Germany.

Key specifications of Galaxy Note 2 include:


Galaxy Note 2


5.5-inch HD Super

AMOLED (1,280x720)


Android 4.1(Jelly Bean)


1.6 GHz quad-core processor


80.5x151.1x9.4 mm

System Memory


Storage Capacity

16/32/64 GB

Extra storage slot

microSD (up to 64GB)


Rear (main):8-meagpixel with LED

Flash(with Full HD(1080P) Video

recording) and front:1.9-megapixel
VT camera


Bluetooth 4.0,Wi-Fi Direct, mHL,

NFC and LEUSB 2.0 Host

Network Compatibility

3G and 4G-LTE

Pre-loaded Apps

and Services include

S-Beam, Google Maps, Play Books, Face Unlock, NFL Mobile etc.


Standard battery, Li-ion 3, 100mAh


180 g


USD $299.99/- for 2-year contract*

(full-retail price:$699.99)

As of now, Verizon Wireless is offering only the 16GB variant. The device will bare the Verizon Logo on the home button as well as back panel of the phone.

The carrier network is offering the phone in two colours - one is Marble White and the other in Titanium Grey.

Verizon boasts that it offers 4G LTE network in more than 440 cities, which is more than all other networks combined in the US. Buyers can click the link here to go to Verizon online Store.

Galaxy Note 2 is already available in India through online retailer Flipkart, which is offering the 16GB variant for ₹36, 990. Samsung India e-store is also offering it for ₹37, 990.