We are all well aware of the announcement later this month at Berlin about the launch of the new Galaxy Note II. However, seems like as usual just before a big launch the news and info are leaking from everywhere about the supposed successor to the hugely successful phablet that was Galaxy Note. In the latest leaks, the phone in ceramic white color was pictured and we cannot help but trace the similarities back to the Galaxy SIII. It just looks like a more bloated and end to end version of the SIII.
The specs of the device were also published online. The phone is said to have a resolution of 1280×800 and sport a 5.5 inch diagonal SUPER AMOLED display for vivid and clear viewing. We loved the screen on the Galaxy Note original one, so it seems like the experience of the Note II would be just as good if not better. The phone is said to have an end to end display and will be powered by 1.5 GHz Exynos processor that would be quad core. The phone will ship with ICS right out of the box and not Jelly Bean though it would obviously be updated later on, which is obviously disappointing as the device would not be in tune with the latest from the world of Android.
The phone will also have a 8 Mega Pixel camera at the rear and 1.3 MP camera for front facing applications such as VOIP. No words have been leaked about the price on the phone or the carriers it would be coming to.