Samsung Galaxy Note II rumored to be announced late August, will have a quad-core processor and a bigger 5.5-inch screen


It’s no surprise that Samsung’s going to be making a successor to the Galaxy Note – the original phablet had a strong following, and netted Samsung 1 million orders in the first two months of its existence. Samsung would want to top that of course, and according to the rumors swirling around the ‘net, it’s lined up some pretty impressive hardware to do just that. The Galaxy Note II is rumored to have an even larger screen than the original, up to 5.5-inches from the original 5.3. Other specs would include the use of Samsung’s Exynos 4 quad-core processor (naturally) that’s already present on the Samsung Galaxy S III, Android 4.1 out of the box and a 12 or 13 megapixel camera. The device is rumored to be slated for a late August unveil during IFA trade show in Berlin.

Source: Phandroid