Samsung Galaxy Note 2: Thinner Screen And Better Battery With Exynos
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is most likely going to get unveiled at the end of this month, and we have more details to make the announcement more exciting for the fans. Based on a story coming directly from the manufacturer’s own country, Samsung is likely to improve the display department by using unbreakable screen technology and a plastic substrate to reduce the overall thickness making room for a larger battery.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will retain the same display dimension of 5.5-inch AMOLED, but the use of plastic substrate will permit the screen to be rounded while being more robust and more sturdy than the regular glass traditionally used for smartphones. Utilizing the UBP technology, Samsung will bring down the thickness by 0. 4mm, which is not much but considerable while trying to accommodate better and powerful battery.
Earlier, its was MK Business News that came out first with the story of Galaxy Note 2 using unbreakable pane display. The other reports on the display front are hinting that Note2 is coming with screen measuring 5.5-inch with a 1280×720 resolutions, clearly a modification from the existing Galaxy Note aspect ratio and resolution.
The appearance and Galaxy Note 2 specs is rumored to be modified to fall in accordance with the Samsung Galaxy S3 model so you can expect a quad core Exynos processor. The camera on the Galaxy Note 2 is expected to improve with a resolution falling between 8 and 12 mp. The Galaxy Note II is predicted to be unveiled at an even hosted by Samsung on August 29th.