Ahead of the IFA event held by Samsung happening in two days, where Samsung is highly expected to unveil Samsung Galaxy Note II with the latest Android Jelly Bean update, today the new-fangled specifications have been revealed for the Samsung Galaxy Note II. The model number of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note II is (GT-N7100) bearing the following tech specs that were leaked by Seoul Newspaper exclusively and noted by TechnoBuffalo.
Samsung Galaxy Note II Leaked Tech Specs:
- Jellybean (Android 1.1.1)
- 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display, 1280 X 720 resolution
- Exynos 4412 processor (1.4 quad-core)
- 16GB or 32 GB built-in storage
- 3G/4G LTE support
- 8.0-megapixel camera
- Video Hub
- Samsung Apps
- “Relatively thin for its large size”
The Android OS in the Samsung Galaxy Note II would be Jelly Bean obviously because it is the latest OS pushed out until now. The screen of the Galaxy Note II seems to be more likely larger than of the preceding flagship. The size of the Samsung Galaxy Note II is 0.3-inches greater than the Galaxy Note. This new leak of the Tech Specs confirms the previous rumor about the screen size of the upcoming Galaxy Note II.
The camera is also improved. Galaxy Note II will feature an 8-MP Camera.
In addition to all of the above tech specs, Galaxy Note II is believed to maintain the same squarish type home button as made in Galaxy S III. The home button might differentiate from carrier to carrier prior to release.
The Korean company is expected to announce a new member in the flagship of Samsung Galaxy Note II series before the end of August that is on August 29 on its IFA event. The IFA event is lined up for August 29, so stay tuned for more information and revealing’s about Samsung Galaxy Note II.