Samsung has confirmed its Galaxy Note II smartphone will be on sales in the UK from Monday, 1 October.
The device, which boasts the largest display for a phone on the market at 5.55in, also includes the firm's S-Pen technology to allow people to make notes, draw images and edit documents.
The Note II comes preloaded with the latest version of Android, JellyBean 4.1. This includes the Google Now service that uses contextual information to provide information to users within search results.
The device is powered by a 1.6GHz quad-core processor and has HSPA+ network capabilities, for speeds of up to 21Mbit/s in the UK.
No pricing information was provided, but it seems likely it will cost within the region of £500, similar to Apple's iPhone 5.
The firm's Samsung Brand Store in Westfield, Stratford will sell the device from Monday, as well as all major operators will also have it in stock from Monday.
Simon Stanford, UK vice president, for Samsung's Telecommunications and Networks Division, touted the devices' capabilities as an ideal business tool.
"It's a device that everyone can use - whether that's a fashion designer drawing a new design, or young professionals using the multiscreen and pop-up features to edit a document, send an email and browse the web - all at the same time," he said.
The device also has an 8MP rear-facing and 1.9MP front-facing cameras with HD video recording.
Samsung will be hoping the device lures away Apple fans, as its arch-rival's iPhone 5 has proved a huge hit with the market so far, after the firm revealed sales of five million over its opening weekend.
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