Samsung have gotten to the point in their smart device career where they have the power to tease their customers of an upcoming product, and build anticipation, just like their competitor Apple. The latest tease from Samsung is a video which tells us that our "magical moments will come alive" on August 29 at Berlin UNPACKED.
Samsung showed off the original Galaxy Note at last year's IFA, so it would make sense that they'd choose the same event twelve months later to release its successor. We should get excited about Samsung's Galaxy Note II, as it should be specced quite well, beating most, if not all other 'phablets'.
We should expect it to sport a 16:9 Super HD AMOLED 5.5-inch screen with a resolution of 1280x720, a smaller bezel which should make the phone a little thinner and smaller, a quad-core processor clocked in a little higher than the Galaxy S III's, Google's latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS and more S-Pen apps. The original Note has been quite the success for the South Korean company, selling over 10 million now.
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