Galaxy Note 2 is already beating its predecessor in sales by recording 3 million units sold after only one month. That's 3 times more than what the first Note recorded. It seems Galaxy Note 2 is going to be a success after all. What I wanted to share with you is the fact that Galaxy Note 2's screen seems to be more fragile than others, more sensitive to scratches. The Galaxy Note 2 has Gorilla Glass and it seems that this one is not very durable. The Galaxy Note 2 seems to be really sensible to scratches. Common causes of scratches on the Galaxy Note II screen are dropping the phone on the floor, scratching it with something hard, or you can even scratch it with the S pen if it is faulty or if it got something stuck on its end like dust or sand or something else. Also be very careful when you wipe the screen with a cloth because if you get some sand stuck under there or something harder, similar to sand, there's a good chance you will scratch the screen of your Galaxy Note 2. You should be really careful with your Galaxy Note 2 especially because it costs so much and I don't think you want to scratch it brand new. You can protect the screen of your Galaxy Note II by adding a screen protector or a phone protection case. The Galaxy Note 1 seems it was more resistant to scratches than the second Note, and that's quite annoying. Knowing that you have to pay so much to buy a new Galaxy Note 2 and you have to be extremely careful because the screen scratches so easily, it's actually frustrating.
What's my model number?
There are several ways to locate your model number:
- Option 1
- On your device, go to Settings, then "About device" and scroll down to "Model number"
- Option 2
- Often times you can view the model number inside the device, by removing the battery
- Option 3
- Using Samsung's model/serial number location tool