Galaxy Note II to Have Unbreakable Display?
Samsung is already preparing the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, the successor for the company’s popular phablet for release this October. The second-generation device is expected to go head-to-head with Apple’s forthcoming iPhone 5, that will also debut this fall. Samsung had already started taking pre-orders for the device.
The Galaxy Note 2 is rumored to have a display that spans more than 5 inches, and features similar to the Samsung Galaxy S III. It will also reportedly have an Unbreakable Plane or UBD display that is thinner than the one found on the original device. Its narrow measurement will enable Samsung to allot a larger space for the baseband core chip and application processor that the device carries. Moreover, it is said to have Android Jelly Bean OS, a quad-core processor, a more durable build, and a longer battery life.
The Galaxy Note sequel had been allegedly planned for an earlier release, but Samsung ultimately decided that an October release is a better strategy. This schedule is expected to help the South Korean company equal or even surpass its sales for the original model, which stood at five million units in just five months after its release. This year, Samsung wishes to continue that streak and predicted that 10 million units of the same device will be sold by the end of the year.