It seems that Samsung may be preserving the same looks of the Galaxy S III and implement them in the next Note device, as pictures with the Galaxy Note 2 have surfaced. Most certainly, the tablet-phone will also be known as N7100 and it should arrive with interesting technical specifications.
The picture was leaked courtesy of GSMArena, but the source is yet sure if this will be the real deal or if it’s just a fabricated Galaxy Note 2 picture, constructed on sheer rumors and speculations.
As you can see in the image on the left, the device can be described as a fully sized Samsung Galaxy S3, which replaces the 4.8-inch diagonal screen with a 5.5-inch monster display built with a flexible technology. When it comes to the design, the Galaxy Note 2 seems to not introduce anything new in the game, not even a button.
On the other side, this move does make quite a sense, because the current Note model is built according to the Samsung Galaxy S2 design.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Specifications
The information does not stops on the picture itself, with the source claiming that it poses vital details regarding technical specifications.
The Galaxy Note 2 should arrive with a quad-core CPU clocked at 1.5 GHz which integrates an Exynos 4 Quad chip, right besides a huge 5.5-inch wide Super AMOLED display that’s capable of 1280 x 800 pixel resolutions. The display will occupy a large portion of the device but the pixel density will be far below Apple’s Retina standard, even for a device so big.
The Galaxy Note 2 should also integrate the same camera sensor as the Samsung Galaxy S3, one that’s capable of 8-megapixel pictures, but others claim that a far more advanced camera may be added instead.
According to the source, the Note 2 will NOT support full-HD qualities because of battery concerns over such a wide display. As far as the operating system goes, it will be most likely shipped with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and swiftly upgraded to 4.1 Jelly Bean until the end of the month.