The web has been abuzz over the past few days regarding the upcoming launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. Most rumors about the new phone centers around its anticipated larger screen display. Its predecessor itself sported a huge 5.3-inch screen that attracted quite a few eyeballs.
With regard to the camera of the Galaxy Note 2, rumors say that it is likely to sport either an 8MP or a 12MP primary camera. In fact, a new report is claiming that the new smartphone will boast of a 13MP shooter. That would definitely be quite a thing. Just yesterday we had reported to you about the Sony Xperia LT30 which might also have a 13MP primary camera.
Industry experts are saying that the next-gen Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is likely to feature a Pen-tile matrix display, rather than the RGB variant found in the Samsung Galaxy S II. It is also being said that the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will borrow many features from the recently launched Samsung Galaxy S III, so it makes sense to expect many of its ‘S’ features including S Beam, Smart Voice and Smart Stay eye tracking.
According to the report, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will be launched at the IFA 2012, which is to be held in late August. If Samsung does launch the Galaxy Note 2 in August, it will gain a head start on rival Apple comes out with its next-gen iPhone, the iPhone 5, sometime in September.