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” Samsung Galaxy Note II specifcation leaked ”

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Gottabemobile posted a spec sheet of the Galaxy Note II.
According to the leaked spec sheet is the next generation of the Galaxy Note just a small update.
Samsung will introduce the Galaxy Note II at IFA in Berlin.

- 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display with 1280x720p resolution (16:9)
- Exynos 4412 1.4 quad-core processor
- 8MP rear camera
- 16GB and 32GB storage
- Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean
- 3G / 4G LTE

via source

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15 comments on “” Samsung Galaxy Note II specifcation leaked ”

  1. vavrorvav 2 years ago said:

    It sure will be only bigger sgs3 :-/ i hope it is not true

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  2. hugoboss 2 years ago said:

    Omg larger screen and lower resolution comparing with note 1… fu samsung going to keep s3…

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  3. Tweak90 2 years ago said:

    As the Note only has been a bigger Galaxy S2 its not surprising the Note 2 ist just a bigger S3. The Screen resolution is totally ok, most people are really thinking 5.5 inch need to have FULL HD?

    The screen will be totally sharp.

    I’m just hoping it’s not using a pentile ;)

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  4. lelinuxien52 2 years ago said:

    Lot of people want a smartphone with a huge screen with HD resolution, a powerful SoC … For what ? To play with games, to watch movies, compile with it an entire operating system ?

    Maybe just to say :
    - Hey guys, I’ve bought the most powerful and beautiful phone ever made in this world.
    - And then you can do coffee with it ?

    Seriously, we need stop this “specs” race. A phone should stay a phone. For entertainement, buy a television or a computer.

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  5. vavrorvav 2 years ago said:

    that device costs as much as tv or computer so dont get me wrong when i expect much

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  6. xTz 2 years ago said:

    @hugoboss, u should be keeping the s3 anyway if u want a nice smartphone, which is something the devices in the ‘note’ series are not.

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  7. lelinuxien52 2 years ago said:

    About the cost of high-end devices, I’m totally agree with you.

    To use a normal phone, do you think we need to have quad-core, 2 GB of RAM and a 5.5-inch screen in full HD (1920×1080)? Manufacturer need upgrade your battery quality first.

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  8. killer659 2 years ago said:
  9. kb_beatles 2 years ago said:

    Note 2:
    1280 x 720 in 5.5″???? = 267 PPI

    Note 1 :
    1280 x 800 in 5.3″ = 284 PPI


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  10. tsabrak 2 years ago said:

    Why they don’t give battery spec of that power monster? we need stronger battery or more power saving system.

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  11. doejon 2 years ago said:

    ahm i have zoomed this korean spec pic and i notized a “fishy thing” that this
    is a fake cuz if u look at the pixels u can see that it looks like the writing was put there later.
    hmm i think its a fake sepc sheet

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  12. abubasim 2 years ago said:

    ‘Seriously, we need stop this “specs” race. A phone should stay a phone. For entertainement, buy a television or a computer.’

    There are still phones available for people like you. How about the Samsung C3312? A nice low resolution QVGA display, 1.3 MP camera and 10 MB internal memory. Is this far enough from the specs race for you?

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  13. radeonxt 2 years ago said:

    @abubasim, nope that isn’t far enough for the specs race for him.
    he should get those analog phones. teehee :)

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  14. nayyarsheikh 2 years ago said:

    @ doejon that is the magic of stylus which they tried on the spec sheet isn’t that kool but you too clever you got them so they going to surprise you on 29th now be ready

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  15. corymcnutt 2 years ago said:

    Does 4G LTE, mean it will work on Verizon?

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