After unveiling the successful Samsung Galaxy S3, Samsung is ready for the next Galaxy Note successor. In fact, it has rolled out an interesting video teaser for the upcoming IFA show. The clip features the director of Wings of Desire, Wim Winders, who talked about “all the things you can do in the blink of an eye, on such a small and light thing.”
The irony of this is that the Galaxy Note is by far one of the largest smart phones on the market. In a way, Samsung is trying to give us the impression that you will be able to do a lot more things on this new toy. Kudos to them!
The upcoming Galaxy Note 2 will be revealed in Berlin on August 29.
Online rumors suggest that the upcoming tablet phone will be thinner than its predecessor, with 5.5-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen display. There are also reports that a leaked benchmark test revealed that the phone’s screen resolution will be 1280 x 720 pixels.
It should come with Andoird 4.04 at launch, but hopefully it will be Jelly Bean instead. If rumours were to be true, the phone will feature 4G LTE data access, 2 GB RAM, AllShare Cast & Play, Pop up Play, and the "S Pen". There were also claims that Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will feature a 2 GHz Exynos quad-core processor, which will make multitasking a lot faster and more convenient. However, I'm not banking on this rumour as yet.
With over 10 million Galaxy Notes shipped worldwide, many experts predict that the Galaxy Note 2 will be even more successful than the current version. Samsung is banking on the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2 to get more sales before the official launch of the iPhone 5. This is probably one of the best timing to launch these two phones, since we are still not aware of what the iPhone 5 can offer us.
Apple may be able to come up with a real winner, but Samsung does not appear to stop either.