Earlier in the month we brought you news that the Samsung Galaxy Note 2's launch could be brought forward to September . Now a fresh rumour has re-itterated the September launch as well as giving more details about the devices specification.
Korean website MKNews have reported that Samsung will unveil their Galaxy Note 2 at the end of August before going on to launch the hybrid device in September.
Samsung are keen to beat Apple's iPhone to market which is the reason for them bringing its arrival forward slightly from the original expected October launch. So you can expect to see the Galaxy Note 2 unveiled at IFA 2012, which takes place in Berlin at the end of August !
The Samsung Galaxy Note II will attempt to build on the success of its predecessor which was a hybrid device that sat somewhere between a smartphone and tablet. The Galaxy Note 2 will have an even larger 5.5 inch AMOLED touch-screen , which is 0.2 inches bigger than the original Note.
Previous leaks have also suggested that it'll have a 12 mega-pixel camera, which is a vast improvement on the original Note's 8 mega-pixel snapper.
Sadly, this is all the information we have about the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 at this time. However, 3G expects it to come with a quad-core processor and it's also possible that it will run on Android Jelly Bean.
We'll bring you all the latest news about the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 as soon as we get it !
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