Tuesday, July 3, 2012

September Availability of Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Hinted

Samsung Galaxy Note 2
Samsung Galaxy Note 2
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Reports have hinted that the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will feature a Super AMOLED display screen measuring 5.5 inches and will feature a design similar to the recently-released Samsung Galaxy S3.

The current model of the Samsung Galaxy Note has a Super AMOLED HD screen measuring 5.3 inches and a screen ratio of 16:10. The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is expected to offer a screen ration of 16:9 with the bigger screen display.

Reports had earlier hinted at the development of the successor to the Samsung Galaxy Note and recent reports have confirmed the slightly bigger screen size for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 2.

The exterior of the upcoming device is expected to offer more curves, which gives indications that the design of the Samsung Galaxy S3 was used as its inspiration.

However no statements were issued by Samsung in connection to the recent reports. The width of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will reportedly be smaller compared to the original model. The release date of the successor to the smartphone/tablet hybrid was reportedly moved earlier to September from the initial release schedule in October. The new release schedule for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 was reportedly made to allow the device to be released prior to the release of the iPhone 5 of Apple.

Earlier reports had indicated that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will feature the Exynos 5250 chipset, dual-core ARM-15 processor, 2GB memory, and an eight-megapixel camera.

The touch detection technology on the reported Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will be positioned under the Super AMOLED screen instead of being positioned on top of the display. This particular technology is reportedly being used by a number of manufacturers including Motorola, Nokia, HTC, and LG.

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