A Preview of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2
After the surprisingly strong success of the original Galaxy Note, Samsung didn't wait long before getting to work on a powerful successor.
Yet to be officially announced, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is expected to feature several improvements over its predecessor. Among these are a quad-core processor, larger 5.5" screen, an in-built holder for the stylus pen, and a thinner, more ergonomic design.
The Galaxy Note 2 is expected to be unveiled on 29th August in Berlin.
A full review will be published here once the phone has been released.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 News
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