Samsung Galaxy S III was the first Android device to receive huge pre-release attention similar to Apple devices. Now, a new sequel from the Samsung stable is getting just as much attention.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is hogging all headlines due to its mammoth specs. A real surprise was its display size, which, according to rumor mills, was first marked at 5.3 inches and later increased to 5.5 inches.
Now it has been emerged that the Korean mobile maker will officially show off the device at the IFA Trade Show.
The show which is slated to kick start next month in Berlin will hopefully give more information about the much anticipated device.
It is rumored that Samsung has scheduled the launch of the device in October. This will put the new device in direct competition with Apple’s new iPhone.
If it indeed is launched as per the schedule, the 5.5-inch Galaxy Note 2, with a quad-core processor, a 13 megapixel camera and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, could give the new iPhone a run for its money.
When Samsung released the 5.3-inch Note, there were many who said that consumers will not accept such huge device. Now that Samsung has proved them wrong, will it be successful this time around with a bigger 5.5-inch device? Let’s wait and watch.