Samsung to unveil Galaxy Note II on August 29th


If you are a fan or an owner of the Galaxy Note (like me), you will know for sure how awesome the phablet is. The phone/tablet is an awesome gadget to have with you. You can practically do everything you would do on you laptop, other than coding and other high profile stuff, obviously.

When it was released, not everyone fancied it. But eventually, millions if people started realizing the use of the device and sales improved. No doubt, the device is literally one of a kind.

And now that there have been so many advancements in the world of technology since the last year, the world leader in Android devices has made up its mind to unveil the successor of the GNote, the Galaxy Note II, at least according to the rumors so far.

The company has officially announced an Unpacked event on the 29th of August. But it did not let out anything about what we can expect at he event. But a few company employees have been letting out news. And according to the rumors, the second generation Galaxy Note is on its way. However, “we cannot disclose information on what will be unveiled” a subsequent company rep told AllThingsD when questioned.

But we have already seen traces of the device in benchmark results. So the hope is still on. According to the benchmark results, the G Note II will have a more powerful 1.6 GHz quad-core Exynos processor, and an awesome display with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels.

The display is said to be bigger than the present Note at 5.5 inches. But it is said that the company has kept the physical size of the device same as the present one. The bigger display is housed by reducing the size of the bezel around it. Well, lets see.

This is all we have till now, and it is pretty unclear. So I guess we will have to just wait a couple more weeks to see what the South Korean company has in store for us.

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