Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Samsung Galaxy Note to Launch This October to Compete with Apple iPhone 5: Report

Samsung's flagship Galaxy S III smartphone hasn't even arrived in Canada yet, and already reports are surfacing that the next-gen Note phablet is due to launch in October. "South Korea’s Samsung Electronics will be releasing a flexible display-equipped successor model to the Galaxy Note in October so as to compete against Apple’s iPhone 5," writes MK Business News. (Note: Apple has not confirmed any information about the name of release date of its next iPhone.) MK Business News suggests that Samsung originally planned a year-end launch for the Note 2 but decided it should be ready earlier should Apple release its next-gen smartphone in the fall, which is likely, but again, not confirmed. Here are the alleged specs of the Galaxy Note 2: The Galaxy Note II model will use an unbreakable plane (UBP) display, which is a precursor to the flexible display. The thinner display will also allow for a slimmer design by giving more space for the baseband core chip and application processor (AP). The new Galaxy Note II will have a larger display than the current model at 5.3 inches, while also having a longer battery life and sturdier build/weight to increase shock-resistance against potential falls. It will also feature a quad-core processor, which allows faster processing speed for multi-tasking. The sequel model will also use Android’s Jelly Bean operating system (OS). RIM's BlackBerry 10 platform is also expected to launch during this time; however, it is not cited as a factor for Samsung's decision in the report. wholesale accessories,ipod accessories,iphone accessories,ipad accessories

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