When Samsung came out with their Galaxy Note, there were many within the industry that were debating just how to categorize this device and the reason for this was its form factor.
The Galaxy Note was almost an intermediary device, the size of which placed it somewhere between a smartphone and a tablet. Still, while this debate went on, Samsung managed to find a niche for the device, having seen global sales reach 7 million units and with success such as this, the most obvious question that comes up is will their be a sequel?
The answer to this is an emphatic yes and by all accounts, expect to see the display screen to increase in size even further. Based upon the information provided by MK Business News, the new device will be available in the October time frame and when it launches, it will feature an even thinner form factor due to an unbreakable plane display. The device will also be powered by a quad-core Exynos CPU and we can expect a long lasting battery and a 12MP camera.
Still, much of the focus will come back to screen size and the Galaxy Note II will have a screen which will measure 5.3-inches in size. At this size, we’ll have to see if Samsung considers this device a tablet, especially seeing that the name Galaxy Note II is not fixed in stone.