Samsung Galaxy Note 2 screen dissimilar to SGS3
Those that love Samsung gear will no doubt know that old Sammy is expected to announced the upcoming successor to the popular Samsung Galaxy Note, aptly called the Galaxy Note 2, on the 29th of this month, and rumour has it some sources believe the Galaxy Note 2 will take its design basis from the hugely popular Samsung Galaxy S3. However a new image that is reportedly the display glass of the Note 2 has surfaced and tells a different story.
The supposed Samsung Galaxy Note 2 screen image comes our way courtesy of the guys over at GSM Arena, by way of French site Nowhereelse, and the diagonal measurement of the display comes out at 14 centimetres, which equates to 5.5-inch, which was expected. However one can also see that the Note 2 screen is somewhat dissimilar to the Samsung Galaxy S3, as this design is fairly angular.
The GSM Arena guys were also sent a press image of what was said to be the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 based on the Galaxy S3 design, but with this new image they simple don’t look alike, whilst this new Note 2 display image shows the sensors next to the camera on the right, the SGS3 design Note 2 has the sensors on the left.
However, the Droid-life guys also ran the same image, and say that judging on the dust slippers the person in the photo is wearing it looks like they are in one of Samsung’s hardware factories, and thus this could lend credibility to the new Samsung Galaxy Note 2 display as being legit.
The specs for the Galaxy Note 2 are rumoured to be that 5.5-inch Super AMOLED touch screen, a 13 megapixel auto-focus rear facing camera with LED flash, 1080p video, a front facing snapper, 1.5GB RAM, 16GB or 32GB internal storage, a 1.5GHz Exynos 4 quad core processor, microSD expansion and runs Android Jelly Bean.
Still, as the 29th isn’t that far away, so we should know exactly whether the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will have a similar design to the Galaxy S3 or whether it will be a more squared off design like the image above by then.
Are any of our readers excited about the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 almost coming out to play in the mobile space, will the device be your next tech toy?