An extensive spec sheet for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has surfaced online, ahead of its official showcase tomorrow.
According to Chinese site Techorz.com, Samsung’s second-ever phablet will feature a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED screen with 1280 x 720 resolution, tallying with months of speculation that the phone-maker will opt to equip the Note 2 with a shade more screen space than the original 5.3-inch display-toting Note.
The report also notes that a quad-core Samsung Exynos 4412 processor will be on board, as well as an eight megapixel camera, 4G and 3G support and an enhanced version of the S-Pen stylus. Memory options are 16GB and 32GB.
Interestingly, it's claimed that, contrary to recent suggestions, the smartphone-tablet hybrid will ship with the latest Jelly Bean version of Android on board, instead of the older Ice Cream Sandwich version of the operating system.
Set to make its official debut at the IFA tech expo in Berlin on August 29th, the Note 2 is also expected to feature a new set of pre-installed Samsung apps created specifically for the stylus.
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