Enthused by the fact that the demand of Galaxy S3 is mushrooming each passing day – and that it had as many as a million of preorders – Samsung yet again tightens up to delight its worldwide users and to bring freshness and something different, as it always does, in the mobile phone industry.
Yes, the much-awaited Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will most probably be unveiled by this November. With this, the popularity of Samsung’s Galaxy Note series is expected to touch new heights with the release of Note 2. The phablet is expected to come up with a pre-installed Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and a 5.5-inch super AMOLED screen, 2-cm larger than its predecessor. It might also feature a dual-core ARM15 processor, an improved camera sensor and the increased camera megapixels – perhaps 12.1 – and 2GB of RAM.
In a surprise move to prove that the late Steve Jobs, the visionary who co-founded Apple, by ridiculing the touch screen-pen connection missed out on something big, Samsung came into collaboration with the Japan-based Wacom Co Ltd, the numero uno player in digital pen technology, and released Galaxy Note, which found a nod from millions of technology lovers the world over.
And now with the release of Galaxy Note 2, Samsung is experimenting with its already-successful experiment. Let’s wait and watch for any updates directly from the South Korean electronics behemoth – Samsung.
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