So all the Samsung fans it’s time to rejoice. There are reports confirming the release of a new Note Device by the Samsung. The Korean giant has sent invitation to the developers for announcing a new device on developer day.
The event is scheduled on August 29, 2012 which is just few days from today. The event is IFA mobile unpacked event going to be held in Berlin the capital of Germany.
We got the clue from its invitation banner. The banner consists of a wand signifying a stylus and as we all know that the Samsung has a tradition of attaching a stylus or rather the S-Pen with its every device in the Note series so this is quite a confirmation of release of a Galaxy Note Devices.
There are two chances that either Samsung goes for the iteration of its Galaxy Note flagship or releasing the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet which was showcased months ago in the MWC Barcelona.
Just a less than a year ago or to be actual 10 months ago Samsung unveiled a strange kind of device which was not very conventional. The device was neither not small as a Smartphone nor as big as a tablet. It was a hybrid between the two.
The actual size of the screen was 5.3 inches; but Samsung fought back from all odds and successfully marketed the Galaxy Note making it one of the highest selling Android devices in the market. This series of device is termed as ”Phablet”.
According to the latest reports the new note will be able to retain its previous dimensions with an increase in size of screen by 0.2 inches. The new Note 2 is supposed to have a 5.5 inches screen.
The Display will be AMOLED HD Display as the predecessor. The new Note is going to have the latest iteration of the Android Eco System the Jelly Bean 4.1.
The other Android device can be Galaxy Note 10.1 also which was rumored of leak firmware just few days ago. There is a strong possibility for that too. The device could be powered with the latest Exynos Quad Core processor produced by Samsung.
We are thinking to get Hands on with the device whichever is released personally I would like it to be the Next generation of the Note.