MK Business News, a Korean periodical, is reporting that the new Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will be announced during the IFA, a consumer electronics show in Berlin, during the month of August.


Samsung Electronics has been sweeping the global smartphone market with its recent release Galaxy S3, the third series of its widely-popular Galaxy S line-up. The release of the Galaxy Note 2 is timed to compete its’ biggest rival Apple, as it plans to release the latest iPhone 5 during September or October.

The Galaxy Note 2 will feature a 5.5-inch display, which is actually larger than the current version, Galaxy Note (which is 5.3 inches). It will use Jelly Bean, a 4.1 version operating system (OS) developed by Google. Also, the Galaxy Note 2 is also expected to be more powerful than the Galaxy Note and will run on a quad-core processor.

There are also talks of improving the camera resolution to 12.0 or 13.0 megapixels, up from current 8.0 megapixels, but this may be changed depending on other factors. The anonymous source cited in the Redmond Pie article also says that the Galaxy Note 2 will not include an unbreakable plane display (UBP) since reports say that the UBP displays are the precursor to flexible displays, which will offer an unprecedented amount of resilience in device screens.

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