I heared it has quad-core cpu 2gb ram
android 4.1 gorilaglass 2
64gb internal memory and have sd card
and alot thing
it makes it very expensive
nicknameboy007, 09 Jul 2012wtf not even quadcoreI think they have got that wrong, as I've seen other specs stating quad core.
Anonymous, 03 Jul 2012are you guys seriously boooing the dual core? you know it ll be far more powerful than whats o... moresincerely i don't want to pay a lot of money...
please...because is just for a few years this
upgraded model... and soon come another one.
1,5 Gb ram...It is so hard to put 2 gb ram.more ram is welcome for android.PS mabie is flexible.
Please don't use the design from Galaxy S III, we Really hate the design.
samsung should come up with a different design from as compaed to galaxy s3.Samsung needs to incorporate all the features in the GN2 from the S3.It needs to be priced carefully.Samsung India:Please confirm the release date for the same.
1. Hope the battery power usage will last longer.
2. Hope the camera has the contineous shooting features as the Galaxy IIIs.
everything is super in the gn2 I'd love the new dual core chip and the processor performance is not by the number of cores.but why it is always SUPER AMOLED HD why they don't work on a better one, i know that the display will be much better thanks to the resolution and 1080p but the new ips technology beats the super amoled hd so they have to improve it and work on a better one.i don't know they seem to focus on some features and forget the others, and it will be a disappointment if the camera is still 8mp and if they make the design like the s3's design which REALLY SUCKS i really hate the design of the s3. we want a noticeable improve in all the features of the last phones.I am a samsung lover and all the phones buy is sumsung and i just want the best of it
i guess resolution will be 1920*1080 and ppi will be 400 ! this may sound incredible but samsung needs to do this to bring a new level of ppi. 5.5 inch and changing aspect ratio is giving me this clue..
It's (obviously) a bit soon to begin reviewing the Galaxy Note 2 (GNote2 or GN2) technology when the rumored specifications are more speculation than leaked or sourced info.
With that said, we, too, have hopes Sammie will boost this device further past what was incorporated into the Galaxy S3 platform (from S2).
With the added capabilities in the ARM Cortex A15 platform Samsung has an opportunity to design their A15 Exynos with some added still photo possibilities then hoping they might go to 12mp or better. With Jelly Bean and the M4 capabilities photography could be very sweet for the GN2.
We'd also like to see one Galaxy device "stick" to one SoC and not switch-n-swap at was the case for most of the S2 and S3's. Of course realizing supply and demand has sometimes been the reason for the swaps; or the 'lack of foresight' in the LTE issue (for North America).
With A-OS 4.1 coming onboard the advantages this version shall bring about offer a perfect opportunity to design and build a real powerhouse with this Samsung near 2-hander. And although some endusers seem reluctant of v4.1 as it says goodbye, to the already announced demise of, Adobe Flash we curiously await HTML5 taking over and ridding the necessity to await Flash fixes and updates on the mobile scene.
Our hope and desire (in replacing our beloved G.Note "ones" is much more base RAM and ROM, a 64g/32g HDD (plus 64g SDXC slot), maybe a Beats-like audio system, a 12mp-18mp main cam and increasing the display to allow 1920x1080 resolutions.
Nice to haves would be dual display ability, a docking station setup to morph your GNote2 into (pseudo) Desktop, LED Backlight, RJ45 (or dongle) to wire attach when docked, BT 4.x, USB 3.0 AND removable powercell.
After all isn't the core idea behind the G.Note to be the merger of smartphone and tablet to create a nicely balance device. We all enjoyed (and still enjoy) using our G.Notes every day.
So as we await spec announcement, we mostly hope Samsung will push GN1-to-GN2 much farther than the "inerational" push of S2-to-S3 (although more and more we are "liking" the S3).
only window phone have adobe flash in future. i switch from iphone to android phone bcuz of adobe. now i think i will go for window phone..