New photos of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 2 leaked online. They showed off its massive screen display.
Know Your Mobile picked up a photo of the much awaited Samsung Galaxy Note 2. Although there have been lots of rumors emerging about the features and specs of the device, there have been minimal pictures of the devices that are found online. Many speculated that the design of the device will be similar to its predecessor with minor changes on the outside.
According to the report of Know Your Mobile, the photo was sent to them by one of their sources. The picture bears a resemblance to the previous Samsung Galaxy Note 2, especially with the color of the handset.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will have "5.5-inch display, confirming earlier reports that it would be even bigger than its predecessor, but did not go into specifics about the display technology - our guess would be that Samsung will use one of its Super AMOLED setups," the source also added.
Below are some of the rumored features of Galaxy Note 2:
5.5-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen with a 1680 × 1050
4G LTE, EDGE, Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct, NFC
GPS possibly with GLONASS and A-GPS support
Bluetooth possible v4.0 with USB and hopefully USB-on-the-go
12/ 13 megapixel AF/ Touchfocus camera with full HD video recording and playback
A front facing camera for video calls and chats
Possibly a 64 GB edition, along with 16GB and 32GB versions, all with expandable support
MHL for AV out
Another rumor about the device's feature is that it will have Pen-tile matrix display instead of the RGB variant used in the S II. Other features of the device are the design is said to be heavily inspired from the Galaxy S III, so we can expect a similar form factor with heavily rounded edges and a pebble-like design.
There is also a possibility that the phone will get some or all of the 'S' features such as S Beam, Smart Stay eye tracking, and Smart Voice.
Samsung is expected to unveil the device on 29 August at the Samsung Mobile Unpacked event just in time with the IFA Berlin event.
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