I really hope its the actual revolutionary phone!
Unlike the disappointing S3 release.
We expect an Exynos processor and a 12 MP camera, oh, and an HD+ screen.
I want to buy the phone if its good enough.
ive heard from a trusted source that its got a 12mp camera, 1.5 quad core chip, 1.5gb RAM and a 3100 milliamp battery. i love my note 1 and cannot wait until this is released i want one now
I am really willing to see exynos 5 series chipset on Gnote2 .
But i also want an enhanced camera experience hoping to get the best .
I dont want to be dissapointed again ( like s3's release )
How can someone post a vote for the Design/Features/Performance when the phone isn't yet released? Maybe its better to change the voting system in GSMarena to something like IMDB's that before the movie goes out noone can vote.
ontopic: the galaxy note 1 is great and I hope the 2nd will be too!
Anybody has an educated guess of what the Galaxy Note II will cost when it releases? And I dont mean on contract, those types of phones suck. I'm talking about the price range of the Galaxy Note II UNLOCKED.
won't it be amazing if the new note have a built-in projector like the galaxy beam???? i think it will be mind-blowing, what about you?
Isn't it silly how people rate the new note's design and performance and the phone is not released yet!?!??!?!?!
If this phone comes with 4.1 then there will be no support for adobe flash.Hope html5 will become more advanced.Devopers have to work hard!!!!!¨¨
I personally love my note and what it does for me. My main gripe concerns the battery life. I think that it would be safe to assume that Samsung will use a processor similar to the GSIII in the same way that the current note is similar to the GSII. If it works like the note with slightly improved specs, Samsung can have my money again!
Wind, 18 Jul 20121.5GB RAM is okay, but dual core CPU? Seriously?Are you serious? 4.1 and flash??
Anonymous, 17 Jul 2012android games S U C K S!!! Why put so much ram and CPU?!Because a high RAM and CPU clock speed is required to outgun the competition, and to run all of the CPU and RAM intensive applications on the play store (and off of it) smoothly, as unlike iOS, all the applications are not optimised for a range of around eight devices, they have to be able to work for hundreds. therefore, it is unlikely that the high-end, graphically intense apps will work well on something that is not a quad-core hyperphone.