Samsung Galaxy Note 2 set to drop: report

By Esat Dedezade on Jul 9, 2012 8:06 AM
Filed under Mobility

Bigger screen.

A larger-screened Galaxy Note is set to be unveiled in August at the IFA consumer electronics trade, according to a report.

The second iteration of Samsung's smartphone/tablet hybrid will be revealed in August with a 5.5in screen, reports MK Business News.

Its predecessor carries a 5.3in display.

The second Galaxy Note is is expected to have a quad-core processor powering Android Jelly Bean, in addition to a 12MP camera.

It is expected to launch for sale in October.

Samsung did not comment on the report.

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