As upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 2 release date is looming around the horizon, more details are being emerged. If a recent report, citing Korea IT Times is accurate; we might see new Galaxy Note 2 launching later this month.
The report also suggest that the Galaxy Note2, due to be unveiled in Berlin on Aug. 29, will sport a 5.5-inch AMOLED display which will be thinner and flexible. The upcoming stylus-toting device is also rumored to use an Unbreakable Plane (UBP) and a plastic substrate that will make it 0.4mm thinner. This would allow for a larger batter without the device being thicker.
Other rumored features also include a 12MP rear shooter, a quad-core Exynos processor, plus Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
On other hand, what it looks like Samsung Pakistan possibly outed the Note 2 on their Facebook page recently. The image you can see above, was appeared on the FB Page, then was quickly removed but the folks over at Engadget grabbed the info so far.
Judging by the image, notably there’s the larger display, the bezel and the omission of the home button. But we still can’t name it official, as we’ve already seen the picture (shown above) in form of Galaxy S3 many times right here. But again our fellow point out this is clearly not the S3.
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