Galaxy Note II phablet smartphone has been leaked hours before their official announcement. Uh Oh! The new Galaxy Note II with its massive 5.5-inch display and quad-core processor (according to rumors) has now all been confirmed in some leaks thanks to those sneaky guys at PocketNow.
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Galaxy Note 2 phablet. In a little over a weeks time we'll all see what Samsung's been brewing when they unveil their new Galaxy Note 2 5.5-inch smartphone in Berlin, Germany, for IFA 2012. This weekend they dropped a teaser video although it doesn't show us much.
Galaxy Player in every size imaginable. Recently some new rumors have suggested they are prepping another odd sized 5.8-inch Samsung Galaxy Player -- or small tablet if you will. Today however we now have a detailed spec sheet and image of the device. A fine blend between their music players, and the Galaxy S III.
Galaxy Note 2 smartphone phablet. Sadly those images from KnowYourMobile were fake, and actually from a render that leaked this morning on Twitter. While this could indeed be the final design of the new device, we can't be certain.
Galaxy Note 2.
Galaxy Note 10.1, as well as the Galaxy Note 2 coming up. After sending out invites for their Samsung Unpacked mobile event in Germany at the end of the month, today they've done the same for that "major announcement" set for August 15th.
confirmed yesterday, will in fact be the debut and unveiling of the companies new Galaxy Note 2 smartphone phablet. After Samsung sent out invitations to their Unpacked event in Berlin, Germany, they've now confirmed to Reuters they'll be announcing the Galaxy Note 2.
Galaxy Note 10, to even the Galaxy Note 2. Now in their usual fashion they've begun sending out invites for their next big event -- Samsung Unpacked. During the annual IFA show this year in Berlin is where Samsung will make their next big announcement.
Galaxy S III will be using a non-Pentile display turned out to be false. It's using the same Pentile Matrix technology that previous Samsung phones (among others) relied on. We had heard that the new Samsung flagship would use the sharper and more expensive "Super AMOLED HD+" layout (i.e. a standard pixel grid) but we can confirm here at the Mobile Unpacked event that this is not the case.