Making predictions about the new upcoming products and speculating their features is probably the most interesting part of tech bloggers life. However, this becomes a little boring when the company itself decides to give us sneak peaks to their upcoming devices. The Galaxy Note II is all set to be launched at the end of this month in an unpacking event in Berlin, however, Samsung have made a blooper and allegedly already shown off what their latest offering in the world of smartphone might look like.
In a rare event of human error, the Facebook page of Samsung allegedly showed off the image of a device stating “Picture perfect view made even more perfect with Samsung Galaxy S3″. The phone clearly was not the SIII and the image was quickly taken down. The image reappeared sometime later with the caption “Picture perfect view made even more perfect with Samsung Galaxy Note”. However, the device in question is not the Galaxy Note available today as it has contrasting different features such as lack of home screen button and a much bigger form factor and potentially an end to end display. The picture was then put up third time stating Samsung Mobile instead of mentioning any mobile specifically and eventually pulled down. The experts are claiming that this is a ploy by the Korean manufacturers to generate interest before the grand launch.
How do you feel about this device in question, would you be interested in buying it if it was the Note II? Do let us know in the section below.