Love it or hate it, one thing you cannot do is ignore it. This is perfectly true for Samsung products. Some might say that their products are Apple rip offs while the others marvel at their engineering and how they are continuously on the lookout for changing the way mobile electronics market work. One device that really did revolutionize a lot of things and bought us a segment we did not even know exist(pho-ta) was the Galaxy Note. The gigantic monstrous device turned a lot of heads but eventually people fell for the gorgeous screen and really liked the smartphone. It is an incredibly powerful phone with a great screen and a battery life to go with it. It seems though that Samsung are in no mood to stop and the Galaxy Note II is seemingly on the way.
Earlier it was rumored that the device would see the daylight around August 15th but that day has been confirmed as the day for the launch of the Galaxy Note 10.1, a unique tablet from Samsung. Hence the Note II which is expected to launch with an even bigger 5.5 inch screen and a speed demon quad core processor would be held before public for the first time on August 29th at the Unpack event in Berlin just like we saw it with the Galaxy SIII. Samsung has all but confirmed this news in an exclusive to Reuters. A Samsung spokesman said:
“We plan to unveil the next Galaxy Note at the Samsung Mobile Unpacked event in Berlin on August 29”.
This might also be the very first chance for all the users to check out JellyBean, the latest from Android running on a Samsung Touchwiz device. This would definitely clear out how the Samsung skin would look over the Galaxy SIII.
Are you excited? Let us know.