Samsung Galaxy Note 2 to have 1.6GHz quad-core processor

first_imgEven as Samsung is yet to confirm anything, rumour mills have kicked up that the South Korean company is gearing up to introduce a new Galaxy product on August 15. Several gudget websites including and have claimed about the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, a follow-up to Samsungs original 5.3-inch phablet.One website has also claimed that the Note’s screens resolution would be 1280?720 which means it will sport HD resolution, something that its predecessor did not have on board. About other specifications, it is guessed that it may have a quad-core Exynos processor and the Exynos 4412.The Note 2 has also been rumored to have 1.5GB of RAM, a 12MP or 13MP rear camera, and quite possibly, 4G LTE data speeds.Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is likely to be powered by the same quad-core processor which comes with Galaxy S3 – the Exynos 4 Quad. The reports also added that Galaxy Note 2 will be shipped with the latest Android 4.1 OS. Since there is a huge demand for a device with the Galaxy Notes specifications and size, it appears that the Galaxy Note 2 will come with steps ahead of the original Galaxy Note.According to reports, the Galaxy Note 2 was destined for a launch at IFA 2012 in Berlin, and two dates August 30, 31 were rumoured to be the probable launch dates for the new device. The Note is likley to have a similar design to that of the Samsung Galaxy S III, which was recently launched in the United States. Besides, speculations are that the Galaxy Note 2 is going to be thin but how thinner the device would be from the original one is not clear. If Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is introduced in August, it could be ready for shipping by October, reports added.advertisementlast_img