Samsung Galaxy S III is currently on top of the mobile word and Samsung is now eyeing to cement its position on the top, Samsung’s next weapon of destruction for other players – Galaxy Note II. Numerous reports came out in January this year regarding Samsung’s plans for the launch of its trademark Galaxy products, now that Galaxy S III has launched in May Samsung plans to launch Galaxy Note II in the third quarter this year. Rumor also stated in January that Galaxy Note II may feature a significantly larger display. Rumor mill has stuck again and an internet source recently reported that the newest variant of Galaxy Note is set to be out in the market in October and will sport an unbreakable plane display, which will be a mark below flexible displays.
The report also confirmed to existence of a larger display which may have been possible by sleeking the phone from the bezel, the same thing that Samsung did with Galaxy S III. Though killing all the earlier baseless rumors it has come forward that Note II is not yet rid of the home button, which makes the rumoured 5.9 inch display a little doubtful. Recently a leak on the internet has signified that Samsung Galaxy Note II could sport 5.5 inch eye-breaking display with a 1680 x 1050 pixel resolution, which will lead to a huge 360ppi pixel density.
The device may work on a dual-core Exynos 5250 processor which will work on ARM 15 design which will lead to better performance and efficiency. 1.5GB RAM will be provided, though if the the device will work on Android ICS or an even newer version of Android, The Jelly Bean is not confirmed, an Google is anticipated to bring this out of the curtain by the end of the month. Samsung Galaxy Note II may come embedded with a 8 megapixel or a 12 megapixel camera. All of this news and everything else will be revealed at IFA at Berlin in September.