Samsung Galaxy Note 2 With Unbreakable Display And Jelly Bean Coming During iPhone 5 Season
The all-new Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is not going to have the much rumored flexible OLED display, but instead an unbreakable plane screen that is said to be the forerunner to the earlier demonstrated Samsung’s flexible display at a trade exhibition in 2011. Another major revelation from MK Business News is that the device is supposedly leaner than the original, whilst keeping a tough display, the manufacturer is also going to slightly increase the size from 5.3 inches found on Galaxy Note.
Initially, the Korean company planned to release the Galaxy Note 2 at an earlier date, but finally made the decision to extend the launch to October, coinciding with the arch rival Apple iPhone 5 launch. The major reason affecting Samsung’s decision is its wish to add US LTE compatibility, a quad-core processor, high quality 12Megapixel camera and Google Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, which is expected to be around by this time.
Among all the features specified the screen larger than 5.3 inches is sounding impractical for a phone, so you can take this one with a grain of salt.