Short time with the Samsung Galaxy Note II is finally over. The original Galaxy Note was virtually unchallenged in the phablet field, but it still faced the hard task of generating proper interest in the niche. Over 10 million units sold are the proof that it did a really good job. So in a way the Galaxy Note II is a lucky device – it comes in a market that is already starting to develop, but still devoid of any major competition. Now add the host of improvements it brings over its predecessor and things are looking really great for the Note II. The way we see it, the Note II buyers will fall into two categories. First are the business people and artist who need the easy note taking, idea sketching or graphics tablet functionality.