Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Leaked Again With Design of Galaxy S3 and Note 10.1

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Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Leaked Again With Design of Galaxy S3 and Note 10.1

Rumors are rife among tech gossipers about Samsung's next best offering after Galaxy S3, that Galaxy Note 2. The phablet's unwrapping is round the corners and a lot of speculations are surfacing online. On Tuesday, Gizbot carried a report showing the alleged picture of the front panel of the Galaxy Note 2. Earlier, there was a report stating that the phablet will be unveiled at the pre-IFA events to be held on August 29, 2012 in Berlin.

On Friday, a couple of unseen images of the Galaxy Note 2 have been leaked one after the other. The first one seems to be a convincing image leak by KnowYourMobile, as it is a real photo and not a computer rendering. Of course, it isn't assured that the device is the photo is the Galaxy Note 2, but it goes well with the previous rumors.

The front side of the leaked device looks similar to the one surfaced online a few days back, but it is not identical. Also, the device in the photo does have some resemblance to the looks of the Galaxy Note 10.1, which is available on pre-order.

A couple of hours after the purported photograph leak of upcoming phablet, another picture was spotted, showing both the front and back of the device in Marble White color option with an Unpacked image displayed on the screen. The second image leak was through Twitter and if it is genuine, it looks like the Galaxy Note 2 is designed with the Galaxy S3 in mind. The device seems to have rounded corners and the camera/speaker placement is similar to that on the world's hottest selling phone.

Rumored Specifications

The Galaxy Note 2 is rumored to sport a 5.5 inch high definition Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. The phablet will be equipped with an Exynos quad core processor of 1.5 GHz speed and an 8 MP camera.

The Galaxy Note is expected to run on Android 4.0 ICS operating system, with a Jelly Bean update for the same in the pipeline.

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