During the past couple of months one of the most highly anticipated handsets was undeniably the Samsung Galaxy S3. Everywhere you looked new information about the SGS3 had to surface on a regular basis and the blogosphere was boiling each week with rumors about release dates, specs and prices.
Now that the Samsung Galaxy S3 is about to get launched in the US, things will go back to normal in a short while and a new contender will most likely take its place as the next "must-have" device.
That being said, I believe the Samsung Galaxy Note
2 will play the role quite nicely, and judging by what information surfaced so far the handset in question will manage to steal the spotlight in the following months, without a doubt.
Apparently the guys over at UbuntuLife.net managed to find out a bit more about the next-gen phablet via their trusted sources, and rumors indicate that the Note 2 will pack a 5.5 inch WSXGA+ Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 1680
x 1050 pixels, an 8 MP camera on the back, 1.5 GB of RAM and some of the features found on the soon-to-be-launched Samsung Galaxy S3 including S Beam, S Voice, NFC and LTE
Even more interesting is the fact that these sources claim that the Galaxy Note 2 will pack the fabled Exynos 5250 CPU which was supposedly destined for the Galaxy S3.
The story however does not end here and apparently a Korean website reported that their sources claim otherwise. According to these other rumors the Galaxy Note 2 will sport a 5.4 inch flexible screen, and a 12 MP camera instead of 8 MP on the back. However, the downside is that judging by what we know so far, flexible screens cannot deliver a very high resolution, so it all comes down to what you'd prefer instead: Durability or Higher resolution.
It all sounds great, but since these are only rumors at this point in time take this information with a grain of salt, at least until something more concrete will surface.
As for when the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is expected to hit the market, word around the campfire is that October will be the month. We'll have to wait and see.
Via: Phone Arena