Details of what we can expect from the successor to the Samsung Galaxy Note have leaked online, ahead of a mooted release towards the end of the year.
According to South Korean daily News MK, the phone informally dubbed the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will feature a flexible LED display – a technology Sammy has been known to be developing for some time.
This will purportedly measure 5.4-inches, making it a smidgeon larger than the current-gen Note’s already-expansive screen, but a little bit larger than we'd previously been led to believe.
The site, whose report was brought to Western eyes by Android Guys, also claims that the Note 2 will run the forthcoming Jellybean iteration of Android, purportedly numbered 4.1.
The latest round of chatter about the Note 2 follows claims from earlier this month that Sammy’s next tilt at a smartphone-tablet hybrid is due to land in October, presumably to give it a proper run at the Christmas market.
Before surprising industry watchers by racking up an estimated seven million sales it had been thought the original Note was of niche appeal. So much so, in fact, that some UK carriers opted not to range it for months.