If you’re interested in getting the second generation Samsung Galaxy Note, now is a good time to snap one up from Kogan. The online retailer is selling the Galaxy Note II for $699 (plus ~$19 for delivery) with a limit of one per customer. That’s a good $100+ off the normal selling price for this device.

Keep in mind, this isn’t the 4G model, so you’ll have to keep waiting to see that model released in the coming weeks or months.

The Samsung Galaxy Note II features a 5.5-inch 1280×720 HD display, 2GB RAM, 3100mAh battery, S-Pen (stylus), 16GB internal memory, and 8MP and 1.9MP cameras. Oh yeah, and Android 4.1 — the latest and greatest version of Android.

Source(s): Kogan
Thanks: Darryn.
  • Tommy

    Update, Kogan are selling 4G Note II’s with N7105 4G mobiles WoOo – $699 AU – Waiting for my titanium grey.. not sure if I can use 4G on it just yet ;-)

  • jet

    Why does Kogan take 5 days to dispatch this item? seems like a long time to wait just for them to post it.

  • DefiantDroid

    Buyers beware. I just confirmed there is also no NFC on the Galaxy Note 2 sold by Kogan.
    Emailed their sales, and they confirmed no 4G and no NFC.

  • Ben Liu

    When is the 64Gb version getting released? I dont care about 4G at this stage (it will take another phone cycle to even consider it).. just want the extra Internal memory!

  • GingerNutter

    Price is now $698.00 delivered.

  • sleek881

    It is only the 3G version N7100, 4G N7105. Hope we don’t have to wait long.

    • GingerNutter

      I doubt we’ll see the LTE version before December.

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/Tommy-Wong/775870292 Tommy Wong

        Hong Kong will release the LTE N7105 by the end of this month.

      • GingerNutter

        That would be great… But not yet confirmed by Samsung.

  • KoganAreCrooks

    I would got near Kogan after the iPhone 5 debacle.

    • Stelex

      Huh? Maybe English ABC app could help?

    • Chris

      The iPhone 5 is a debacle stuck with a 3 year old OS that’s the most advanced behind the times OS around.