The first and original Galaxy Note was released back in September 2011 in IFA trade show. It has been more than a year for the original Galaxy Note being in market. And these days we are hearing a lot of rumours about its successor as Galaxy Note 2.
It has been rumoured that the Galaxy Note 2 is soon to be unveiled in a special Unpacked mobile event from Samsung on August 30, a day before the IFA 2012 kicks off in Germany. Surely there is no more anticipated phone/phablet than the successor of Galaxy Note from Samsung and surely it will be the star of the evening.
The news came right from Asia where DDaily reported that Samsung has scheduled a special Unpacked event on the eve of August 30 and has already been confirmed by Samsung. The event will take place in Berlin at 7 PM local time.
According to the earlier rumours, The Galaxy Note 2 is going to feature a larger screen than its predecessor, which is reportedly a huge 5.5 inch screen. The device is expected to run on Quad Core processor, most likely to be Exynos 4 Quad Core processor, S Pen, 3G and 4G Connectivity, rumoured 13MP Camera,possibly 64GB memory along with 16GB and 32GB Variants. The device will most likely run on the latest version of Android 4.1(Jelly Bean) however the news is not yet confirmed from Samsung.
It has also being rumoured that Samsung is interested to launch the Galaxy Note 2 before the launch of next Apple product – probably iPhone 5 which is rumoured to be released in October. Going to the same rumour, August 30th seems to be a perfect release for Galaxy Note 2.
However we believe that the roadmap of Galaxy Note 2 will follow similar to the release of Galaxy S3 where it was released first in European region with 3G speeds and the 4G came afterwards.