Rumor: Galaxy Note 2 Coming at IFA, Will Feature a 5.5-inch Display
The Galaxy Note was very succesful here in the United States, and as we’ve reported before, Samsung is working on a successor to the device. Korean news site MK, citing “an official familiar with Samsung’s product development,” is reporting that the Galaxy Note II will be unveiled at the IFA show in Germany this year. The IFA show is taking place from August 31st to September 5th this year.
MK also claims to know the specs of the device. The current Note features a 5.3-inch display, but the Note II will allegedly feature a slightly larger 5.5-inch panel. It will be powered by a quad-core CPU and will have a 12MP of 13MP. Samsung’s Unbreakable Plane (UBP) will apparently not be present in the Galaxy Note II.
With an IFA unveiling, we will most likely see the device be released to the international market in Q4.
Update: A ninja has reached out to Android Invasion and confirmed that the device will be coming at IFA.
Does the Galaxy Note II interest anyone? Or is 5.5-inches just too big?