Samsung Galaxy Note II to feature 5.5 Inch display, launching in September?
After the success of the Samsung Galaxy S III, Samsung is now focused on their next Android monster, which is none other than the Galaxy Note II. We all are familiar with the fact that the Korean giant is cooking a device that’s going to be huge and probably going to knock our socks off, but is it really worth waiting for? GSM-Arena is spilling some beans about it, confirming that it will feature a 5.5 inch Super AMOLED display.
(It’s a mock-up)
The display is slightly larger than the original Note, but the width is narrowed as compared to the predecessor. They are also reporting that the design is inspired by the Galaxy S III, just like Note was a “huge” version of the classy Galaxy S II. It was rumoured that the Note 2 will feature a flexible display, though there’s no confirmation on that.
Rumor was on the street that Samsung will launch it in October, but now it seems that they have changed their mind, as they are planning to launch it in September because Apple is coming up with the iPhone 5 in October, and Samsung doesn’t like to arrive late at the show.
Anyway, who’s looking forward to the Galaxy Note 2? Tell us about it in the comment box below.
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