Samsung Galaxy Note 2 fall release possibility
When Samsung first released the Galaxy Note last year some quarters questioned the thinking behind the handset and its sizable 5.3-inch screen, but the device has gone down well with consumers and today we have news of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and a fall release possibility.
According to an article on UbuntuLife the Galaxy Note 2 is down for release in October of this year, and will feature a slightly larger 5.5-inch display and a dual core Exynos 5250 processor. The original Galaxy Note has proven to be quite successful so far shifting over seven million units so far worldwide, and the company is planning on selling around ten million altogether.
The success of the device has led Samsung to begin work on its successor, but currently information about the upcoming handset is rather scarce. It is believed that the handset will be inspired by the recently released Galaxy S3, and will feature some of the same features and services such as S Voice, SmartStay, S Beam, and NFC amongst others.
It has been suggested that the Galaxy Note 2 will feature a slightly larger 5.5-inch which will again be of a Super AMOLED variety, and have an even higher WSXGA+ resolution at 1680 x 1050 pixels, and these displays last longer and require less power. Sources are claiming that the Galaxy Note 2 will feature an eight megapixel camera with an improved lens and image sensor to provide better images and videos.
The handsets RAM is believed to be increased to 1.5 GB and 4G LTE connectivity will come as standard for the international version. Above you can see a mock up of what the handset may look like, and it makes sense for Samsung to release a new version of the Galaxy Note in October considering it will come around a year after the original was unleashed to the public.
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