Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Likely to arrive in August

| July 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

There is a widespread speculation that Samsung will introduce a successor to the well-known tablet smartphone hybrid Galaxy Note at the forthcoming IFA event that is set to be held in August end in Berlin.

This new phone will probably be called as Galaxy Note 2, the hybrid gadget that is also called phablet. It is anticipated to be out for sale in the stores in October.

As per reports from MK Business News of Korea, it will sport a 5.5-in touch-screen, which will be a bit bigger than the present edition’s 5.3-in display. Nonetheless the phablet dimensions are reported to stay the same.

Galaxy Note 2 is likely to work on Android’s recent iteration, Jelly Bean and comes with a 12- or 13- megapixel camera, a notable update when compared to the present edition’s 8- megapixel cam. Samsung is thought to have decided against incorporating the unbreakable plane (UBP) display, which is which is long lasting when compared to other screens, in the most hyped phone.

There is also an expectation that the phone will come with significant features such as Smart Stay, S-Beam, and S-Voice. It may also come equipped with an ARM Cortex-A15 CPU and a quad core Exynos 5250 processor.

As per the news report, the Korean giant is planning to launch Galaxy Note 2 at the right time to rival head-on against its main competitor Apple, which is known to unveil its recent iPhone sometime in September or October.

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