The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 was launched last month, and has quickly gained a reputation for its comprehensive spec list. It has achieved critical acclaim and proven popular with consumers, following the success of its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy Note which has so far sold over 12 million units despite the fact that many people doubted the popularity of its large screen format.
The device packs plenty of appealing features including a 1.6 GHz quad-core processor, 5.5 inch high definition screen with advanced stylus pen functionality, 8 megapixel camera and the latest versions of both the Android OS and Samsung TouchWiz UI. There are very few features that the handset lacks, although one is the ability to charge wirelessly like the new Nokia Lumia 920.
However, it may be possible to incorporate wireless charging on your Galaxy Note 2 after all. A post on the XDA Developers Forum provides step by step instructions, and claims that it takes less than 10 minutes to modify your Galaxy Note 2 handset, and uses just £10 worth of materials to achieve it. Of course, if you decide to try it, you to do so at your own risk and you may void the phone’s warranty. Check out the latest Samsung Galaxy Note 2 News on our website.
Wireless charging is a very appealing feature for many people, as is much more convenient to simply place your phone on a wireless charging dock than it is to plug your phone into a charger every time. According to the forum member who posted the instructions, no other parts of the phone’s functionality have been affected and continue to work perfectly.
With the introduction of wireless charging on new phones like the Nokia Lumia 920 and Nokia Lumia 820, it’s only a matter of time before we see this convenient and innovative feature included as standard on more and more new smartphone models.