Tweet from Samsung Mobile Arabia hints at Samsung GALAXY Note II
0. phoneArena posted on 23 Jun 2012, 17:57
A tweet sent out from Samsung Mobile Arabia doesn't exactly announce that the Samsung GALAXY Note 2 is on the way, but it does bring up the device in a poll asking which one of three sequels Samsung customers are most looking forward to...
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1. Phaze0085 posted on 23 Jun 2012, 18:26 3
Bring it on! Id prefer to see a 5.5" screen, sense 5.4 just seems pointless, but as long as theres a sequel, I'm looking forward to it. But i hope they hurry, cause i may end up with a WP8 device instead.
2. DWillyEfect posted on 23 Jun 2012, 18:49 4
I wouldn't be surprised if Samsung didn't launch the Note 2 along with a Note sized WP8 phone.
Back in April/May, there were rumors that Samsung was holding off on WP7.5 with plans for a Note sized WP8 phone.
22. Gcombs posted on 24 Jun 2012, 10:34 2
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 running ICS or Jelly Bean and Samsung Focus Journal running WP8. What a nice dream I'm in right now...
18. thelegend6657 posted on 24 Jun 2012, 04:24 0
From what i am seeing that dude is just randomly typing
We all know that Note 2 will come sooner or later anyway
4. Non_Sequitur posted on 23 Jun 2012, 19:21 5
Another awesome phablet coming soon, I can tell. Hopefully Samsung will fix the slight lag problem (which never occurs anymore on most high-end Android devices these days) that was on the original G-Note.
7. Berzerk000 posted on 23 Jun 2012, 21:01 2
Or maybe just a quad-core processor... We just got into 2 GB RAM territory, no need to be asking for double that so soon
11. Berzerk000 posted on 23 Jun 2012, 22:23 2
It helps with multi-tasking, or that's what I was lead to believe
26. Hemlocke (unregistered) posted on 04 Jul 2012, 22:29 0
It helps with the background processes, keeping more of them active, but not necessarily a speed boost. The U.S. S3 gets hammered in most benchmarks by the international because the 2GB RAM addition was a cheap afterthought to help the value proposition, but not real performance.
6. Ubi2447 posted on 23 Jun 2012, 20:32 1
I totally dig the note and love it for what it is. However, the note is just not for me. I appreciate a slightly smaller handset. But boy do I look forward to seeing what they do as a follow up to both the Note and the SGS3
10. Hemlocke (unregistered) posted on 23 Jun 2012, 22:10 0
Maybe THIS will be the Samsung device to get in 2012, because the SGSIII certainly isn't with it's dim screen, flimsy plastic build, and old/dated GPU.
15. hung2900 posted on 24 Jun 2012, 01:39 1
Do you know that Adreno 225 is also an overclocked version (and added some small features) of Adreno 220?
27. Hemlocke (unregistered) posted on 04 Jul 2012, 22:30 0
Yes, hence my response. After owning an international, I would never think about the U.S. model.
12. TechAddict posted on 23 Jun 2012, 22:52 1
I really dont see how a flexible screen would be a good idea
13. Berzerk000 posted on 24 Jun 2012, 00:12 0
Well, in concept phones, not just the screen was flexible, but the entire phone. So you could wrap it around your hand to use it as a watch, bend parts of it to use as a kickstand while watching videos, etc. But if only the screen is flexible... I guess it wouldn't break (as much)?
14. Wiki_jaan posted on 24 Jun 2012, 01:37 0
i think its galaxy tab 10.1 called note2 .........
16. hung2900 posted on 24 Jun 2012, 01:40 0
No. Each screen size is a seperated area. Galaxy Tab 10.1 (2011) was rumored to be the Galaxy Tab 2, but it is still Galaxy Tab 10.1.
17. AhmadAlsayegh posted on 24 Jun 2012, 03:51 2
it is funny how we are always the first to receive new phones in the world (including the S3 and the pureview), but we are the last to receive updates (ICS on SII is not out yet)
20. Yousif posted on 24 Jun 2012, 06:18 0
then it will be plastic all along of the whole phone.
24. Wiki_jaan posted on 24 Jun 2012, 11:42 0
every one want a 100g weight cell phone and also dont want plastic body....... stop this buls**t
23. roscuthiii posted on 24 Jun 2012, 11:25 0
Verizon, please make a 'note' of this. (Sorry, couldn't help it.)