Samsung Galaxy Note 2 particulars surface

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We have just a couple of days to wait until the official Samsung Galaxy Note 2 specs arrive with all the finer details, but today we can catch a glimpse of what the particulars might be thanks to a leak published inside a newspaper. You’re best to take these Galaxy Note 2 specs with a pinch of salt, especially considering we’re surprised to see Ice Cream Sandwich replaced with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, which is completely different to what most sources state.

The image found on the Seoul website, and seen enlarged here, claims the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will obviously feature 3G/4G connectivity, a 1280×720 display at 5.5-inches without increasing the overall size, a Exynos 4412 processor running at 1.4GHz, and the main camera sports a 8-megapixel sensor. You’ll also have the choice of storage at 16GB or 32GB, and more interestingly the edges of the Galaxy Note 2 are more rounded.

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Were you happy with the size of the original Galaxy Note? These specs don’t hint at the Samsung Galaxy Note 2′s overall size, which some people hoped would be reduced slightly to make it more friendly with small pockets, although it would be interesting to see how this can be done while still adding a little to the display size. One way this could be possible is to let the screen curve around the device, which would be achieved thanks to Samsung’s flexible screen technology.

Samsung’s Unpacked 2012 event will take place on August 29 (this Wednesday), and the Galaxy Note 2 will be revealed at the event along with other news like a Galaxy S3 Jelly Bean update. PR will be delivering the news as it breaks, so much sure you keep connected to our social channels wherever you are to get the lowdown as it happens. You can also expect some apps to support the Galaxy Note 2′s S-Pen from launch.

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  • Wm Hill

    Great! Jelly Bean = no flash. Nothing better than walking around with a plastic looking phone with a stylus/ ala Palm. I’ll just keep my new HTC and call it a day. ICS is good enough for me. The newest isn’t always the best.