Looking for a successor to Galaxy Note from Samsung? Here’s some news to chew on. Sources close to Samsung suggest that Galaxy Note II, the follow-up to the original Galaxy Note, may start shipping in October.
Bu that’s not all. According sources, Samsung Galaxy Note II may come with a flexible unbreakable display, something never heard before in the smartphone world.
Remember the YOUM technology Samsung announced earlier which helps it develop flexible displays? The company is reportedly planning to put such flexible displays on Galaxy Note II.
According to rumors, Galaxy Note II is likely to have a 5.5 inch ‘unbreakable plane (UBP) display’. It will have certain flexible characters as it is the precursor to the flexible display.
Moreover, the thinner display will give more space for the baseband core chip and application processor, while keeping the design slim.
As per reports, the rig will come with a quad core processor which will beat the present Exynos 4 Quad in speed. There are hints that the new chip will be based on the newer Cortex A15 chipset than on the current Cortex- A9.
However, Samsung is yet to make any official statement about the flexible display on Galaxy Note II. Meanwhile, tell us what you think about having a smartphone with flexible display.