Samsung Galaxy Note 2 leaked via Twitter!
Samsung has accidentally confirmed it will be launching the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, albeit in mysterious circumstances. The news was accidentally revealed by the Samsung Arabia Twitter account, in a message asking fans if they were excited about “GalaxyNote2.” The message was promptly deleted, but the secret’s out now.
The tweet from @SamsungMobileME confirmed earlier rumours that Samsung will soon launch a successor to the Samsung Galaxy Note. The tweet read: “Which one of these are you most excited about: #GalaxyBeam, #GalaxyTab2, #GalaxyNote2, #Poll.”
We already know of the Galaxy Beam phone with a projector built-in, and the Galaxy Tab 2 tablet. It’s the Galaxy Note 2 that catches the eye. Up to now Samsung has yet to confirm its existence, but from the sounds of the above tweet a launch is not too far away.
Last week, rumours surfaced that the Galaxy Note 2 will be Samsung’s next attempt at toppling the iPhone. It is reported to have a flexible 5.3-inch display, a thinner design, faster quad-core processors, and a 12-megapixel camera.
The Galaxy Note 2 may also be powered by new operating system Android Jellybean, and will be launching in October.
Earlier reports suggest Apple’s new iPhone will measure around 4-inches. That would be half an inch bigger than existing models, but when Samsung is planning on 5.3-inch displays, will it be big enough? Or is 5.3-inches just too big to fit in the pocket anyway? Let us know your thoughts.