The Samsung Galaxy Note remains one of the most surprisingly popular smartphones on the market. The so-called ‘phablet’ – with its oversized display and capacitive-touch pen – has a unique space in the smartphone market, but it seems that people have warmed to it.
It’s unsurprising then, that talk is rife about what to expect from its successor, the Galaxy Note 2. Some are saying that the device will be released in October, and now some alleged leaks about the phone’s specs have emerged on a Korean news site.
The site suggests that the upcoming phablet will feature a 12MP camera, run on the mysterious Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and, most interestingly of all, be the first smartphone to feature Samsung‘s flexible LED display.
Samsung have already shown off the intriguing new technology at several events. Flexible LED technology is touted as one of the techs of the future, allowing for thinner, more durable and, of course, more flexible displays. The idea of one day being able to roll up your TV, tuck it under your arm, and take it wherever you want is certainly appealing.
But is it feasible that the technology’s already on the verge of being released in the form of the Galaxy Note 2? If so, then the future’s arrived sooner than we thought.