After numerous speculations regarding the release of Galaxy Note 2,a credible Korean news agency MK has reported that Samsung is going to debut the Galaxy Note 2 at the upcoming IFA 2012 in Berlin, a consumer electronics show that will be held late next month.
As speculated before, Galaxy Note will indeed come with a 5.5-inch display according to sources close to the development team and get this, it will be powered with new and improved Jelly Bean OS as well.
Under the hood, the device is believed to sport a more powerful quad-core processor, possibility of a substantial boost from the existing 8MP camera on the device and as the sources claim, the device will not come with unbreakable plane display (UBP) technology, which is a precursor to the flexible display. Sources claim that the third iteration of the Galaxy Note is more likely to feature such technology.
With this debut to happen around August, a released date for October sounds quite imminent. Just in time with the release of the next iPhone release, Samsung appears to be preparing to make the iPhone obsolete once again with its powerful features. Let’s see what happens, we’ll keep you posed when an official confirmation by Sammy is announced.