Samsung Galaxy Memo Leaks: Is Galaxy Note Mini Real or Fake?

    After announcing Galaxy S4 Mini last month, the makers behind Galaxy Camera are coming with a mini version of Note smartphone. The new handset is called Samsung Note Memo, as per SamMobile. It is not surprising to see Sammy to bring a smaller version of Galaxy Note. The original Galaxy Note managed to sell a whooping 10 million. Its sequel, the Galaxy Note 2 turned out to be even bigger hit with 5 million units shipped in two months of its release.

     

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    Samsung Galaxy Memo Leaks: Is Galaxy Note Mini Real or Fake?

    The Galaxy Note Memo will have a 4.5-inch Full HD TFT LCD display, 1.4GHz quad -core processor, 2GB of RAM, an 8-mega pixel rear facing camera, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean with Samsung touch-wiz UI on the too , among other features. Whether Samsung has planned to announced this phone at IFA Berlin or not, is yet another question. It is also said that Samsung will provide S Pen peripheral with Galaxy Memo.

    In the meanwhile, SamMobile has updated the post and it says "The device looks to be fake. Application language is Korean. Display language is English mixed with Korean language". At this moment, the images sent to Sam Mobile might not look genuine, but in reality Samsung could announce a mini version of Galaxy Note.

    In India, Samsung Galaxy Note N-7000 is selling for Rs. 22,499. Samsung launched the first gen Galaxy Note back in 2011. The device is still selling well, but every phone has a life. And we think Samsung may surprise us with Galaxy Note Mini at IFA Berlin. The image and specifications could be fake, but we should not forget that in the past also (and even now) Samsung has a soft corner for such devices. Stay tuned to GizBot.

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