When Samsung first revealed the Galaxy Note last year, many were skeptical of the device due to its size. It went on to be a massive success, selling millions of units all over the world. It would make sense for a successor to be released, and we’ve been hearing rumors for awhile. Now we have some details, as the Galaxy Note II is expected to be unveiled at IFA in Germany, which takes place August 31st.
Specs are said to include an even larger 5.5-inch display (up from 5.3), a quad-core Exynos processor, and either a 12 or 13MP camera. There won’t be any unbreakable plane display technology however, something that will be coming to later Samsung phones. So, we’ve got what sounds like some legitimate details on the Galaxy Note II, what do you think?