Samsung Galaxy Note 2 looks set for a launch in September. The giant smartphone will be equipped with an Exynos chipset and will have a 12MP camera and of course a stylus. Speculations include information about new display, which could be UPB or even flexible.
After the first Galaxy Note sold over 7 million units worldwide, the South Korean company plans to impress, again, potential buyers with the Galaxy Note 2, preparing several major changes for this smartphone that will be released, probably, a month before the new iPhone.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will have a larger screen, but a different dimension. According to GSMArena, the design of the new Note will be greatly influenced by Galaxy S3. The hybrid smartphone (half smartphone/ half tablet) will have a width smaller than the first version. The larger screen and decreased width seemed to indicate that Samsung will move to a longer screen with an aspect ration of 16:9 compared to the 16:10, used on the first Note version.
Galaxy Note 2 will use a quad-core Samsung Exynos and will have a more powerful battery that could be even slightly bigger than the 5.3 inch one on the first version of Galaxy Note. Speculations about the new phone screen include the Unbreakable Plane (UBP) technology, a precursor of the flexible screen prepared by Samsung. According to AndroidGuys, Samsung Galaxy Note 2 could be the very first flexible display smartphone, after Samsung promised, last year, that it will launch such a model until the end of 2012.
The second version of Samsung’s Galaxy Note seems to be more efficient in terms of hardware, will have a longer screen which doesn’t necessarily mean it will be a better one, but we should be aware that Samsung does seem to amaze through its rapid technologically advanced gadgets. So we can expect the Galaxy Note 2 to bring something new and intriguing to the table. Don’t you think?