Industry sources allegedly disclosed details of the smart phone sequel, with the Galaxy Note 2 tipped to launch running and touting an even larger screen.
Yes, you read that right -- the already-ludicrous 5.3-inch display is pegged for expansion, which means it'll double as a sledge when the winter comes, and a tray to carry the turkey on come Christmas Day.
That larger screen could use a new display tech too. The report makes mention of an 'unbreakable plane' (UBP) display, which is supposedly a precursor to the flexible display we're all dreaming of, and will make for a skinnier device overall.
Longer battery life and a more robust frame are among other purported new goodies, along with a quad-core processor.
The Galaxy Note has been a surprise hit, with Samsung recently boasting that it hadof the monolithic mobiles -- an increase of 2 million .
Plenty of people are keen on massive phones, it seems. I've seen some people complaining about the design of the rounded Galaxy S3, but hardly any grumpiness regarding its palm-filling 4.8-inch display.
As for the Galaxy Note 2, it's best to take any speculative specs with a handful of salt. But I'd be flabbergasted if Samsung didn't release a follow-up to the Note -- after all, the company loves sequels, and it likes making lots and and lots of different phones.
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