Samsung Rumored To Launch Galaxy Note 2 In October, Will Feature UBP Display And Quad-Core Processor
Samsung’s mysterious Galaxy Note 2 is in the news yet again. According to MK Business News, the upcoming Galaxy Note 2 will not feature the flexible display that we’d previously heard about… though of course we had also told you not to hold your breath anyways. Instead— the upcoming device is rumored to likely feature an unbreakable plane (UBP) display, which will be the prelude to Sammy’s introduction of the flexible display. In addition, the Galaxy Note 2 will likely be complimented with additional features such as a thinner profile, a possible 12MP camera, a slightly larger screen than the original’s 5.3-incher and a quad-core processor. All in all, this latest rumor seems to fall in line with what we’d heard about recently.
Samsung is looking at the bigger picture too. It’s planning on including some topnotch features not just to appeal to consumers— but it’s also ensuring it has the topline specs in order to compete with Apple’s upcoming iPhone 5. Keeping that in mind, Samsung will push back the device’s launch in order to tinker and tweak the device and plans on launching the smartphone in October… which will be around the same time the iPhone 5 is expected to launch.
That’s right ladies and gentlemen, it’s time to start anticipating the next round of the smartphone wars.
source: MK Business News
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