This is one area where Samsung always delivers and the Note II features the same Wolfson audio chip like the S III. This means you are assured very good audio quality right out-of-the-box. Samsung’s new skin for the music player looks slick and is functional as well. Like before, you can sort your music via albums, artists, folders, etc., and a new addition called Music Square scans all your songs in your library and then groups them according to mood, which are ‘Exciting’, ‘Joyful’, ‘Calm’ and ‘Passionate’. Let’s say if you’re in the mood for some up-tempo music and a bit of lounge as well, then you simply highlight the squares around ‘Exciting’ and a few around ‘Calm’ for a mix of both. This will work well provided you have all your songs categorised under the right genre. There are plenty of equaliser presets present as well, including a 7.1 channel surround mode. To be honest, you won’t really need any of them, since the DAC automatically produces rich and highly detailed sound.
Excellent media playback
Web browsing experience is pretty good
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