Samsung Galaxy Note 2 was made available recently through various carriers. However, rumors are already spreading that the company is prepping up for the release of the successor of the phablet, which will probably sport an even bigger screen display that measures from 6 to 8 inches.
The Note 2 is now considered to be one of the best Android handsets available on the smartphone market, if not the best Android handset period. The smartphone has already surpassed other handsets of the company due to some of its amazing and unparalleled features.
New rumors are suggesting that a new Note product has been discovered, identified in a recent DLNA certification listing as the GT-N5100 model. It is worth mentioning that Samsung has used the GT-N tag at the start of both the Galaxy Note and Note 2 products, so it looks like the cat has been let out of the bag a little prematurely than what Samsung would have liked.
Speculations claimed that this smartphone is more likely to be an even larger version of the Galaxy Note 2. The device is rumored to be release on MWC 2013 in Spain taking place in February.
It seems that the Galaxy Note 3 is the only device that Samsung will show off in the said event. Rumors are flying around that Samsung is already working on the successor of the popular smartphone Galaxy S3. Speculations claimed that Samsung will ditch the glossy plastic look and make the S4 more durable when it comes to materials.
Samsung Galaxy S4 is rumored to have a 4.8 inch OLED screen display, 2GHz quad core processor, along with 3GB of RAM, 13MP rear camera and 3200mAh battery.
There is no official word yet from Samsung about the existence of these devices.
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