A sequel to the Samsung Galaxy Note will reportedly be unveiled at Mobile World Congress, unimaginatively named the Samsung Galaxy Note S.
So says brilliantly-designed Dutch tech site Mobile Cowboy, which claims that the Galaxy Note S will be seeing a release in the “second half of 2012” following its launch at the Barcelona tech event. Unfortunately, the website doesn’t reveal any specs that we can expect from the supposed Galaxy Note sequel, besides its updated Android 4.0 ICS software.
We’re assuming though, if anything like the original Note, the phone will rock a screen 5.3-inches or larger, complete with Samsung‘s TouchWiz UI and stylus support. We’d also expect it to arrive sporting a quad-core processor, an impressively-megapixel’ed rear-facing camera, a front-facing video call camera, HSDPA and WiFi connectivity and at least 16GB of built-in memory.
However, we’re taking this rumour with a hefty pinch of salt, as we find it hard to believe that Sammy would launch an updated Galaxy Note after spending millions on a Superbowl add for its original mammoth-screened smartphone/tablet hybrid.
Have a watch of Samsung’s Superbowl commercial below!