After the big smartphone reveal that was the Samsung Galaxy Note8, the South Korean electronics giant is now unveiling their latest lineup of gadgets that have fitness on their mind. Here’s Samsung’s IFA Berlin 2017 roster: Meet the Gear Sport, Gear Fit2 Pro, and all-new Gear IconX.
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Acer has finally unveiled their brand new range-topping Switch 7 Black Edition 2-in-1 detachable laptop and boy is it a doozy. It’s got some interesting specifications, however, it also has a pretty shocking price tag to boot.
Chinese mobile communications company, Huawei, teased that in a day, you’ll be able to “feel the force of every touch”. Alarms are going off on the Interwebs as Huawei’s continuation of premium metal-clad design and evolution of mobile technology are to include a purported big hardware upgrade on the Huawei MateS.
IFA 2012 is starting tomorrow in Berlin where the Samsung Galaxy Note II is expected to make an appearance. With less than 48 hours to go, the phone specs had purported leaked earlier by a Korean newspaper.
Based on the details obtained, it is reported that the Galaxy Note II will be running on the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS. Other details include a 5.5″ screen with 1280×720 resolution, 16GB/32GB storage options and a 8MP rear camera. Processor is said to be running on 1.4GHz quad core Exynos 4412 which is similar to the Galaxy S III.
While having the latest Android OS version is commendable, the hardware is almost similar to the Galaxy S III. We would have expected a slight notch upwards for the Galaxy Note II in terms of processor and display pixel density.
The Samsung Galaxy Note II is expected to be revealed on 29th August at a Samsung Unpacked event in Berlin. While we are about a week away, Samsung has released its expected Unpacked teaser video which showed incredibly brief glimpse of its stylus in action.
Compared to its predecessor Galaxy Note, the new version is bigger at 5.5″ and runs on a similar quad-core Exynos processor as the Galaxy S III. Hopefully Samsung will be carrying over some of its recently revealed Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet multiscreen features to the new device.
The live stream of the Unpacked event is happening on Samsung Mobile facebook page.
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The final quarter of this year is looking to be a very interesting time for gadget junkies as Apple is also expected to release its new iPhone about two weeks after the new Galaxy Note makes its debut. And looking how things pan out both of these devices could be in Malaysia by December.
Rumour has it that the new Galaxy Note may feature an unbreakable, 5.5-inch display – slightly larger than the current one – as well as a faster processor and a much better camera. We’re expecting Samsung to port carry over much of the “smart features” first seen in the Galaxy S III as well as its quad-core processor (perhaps with a faster clock speed) and more RAM. Expect two colours to be available at launch, similar to the Galaxy S III.
We know a lot of people who will be standing in line for this one. What are your thoughts?
Mark your calendars people because Samsung has started sending out invites for an Unpacked event set to happen on August 29 at IFA, the world’s leading consumer electronics and home appliances trade show in Berlin, Germany. The event is scheduled to start at 1900hrs Berlin time which is 0100hrs Malaysia time. Typical to Samsung Unpacked events, we’re expecting a live feed that accessible to the public.
The invite doesn’t say much aside from the date, time and venue of the event, but there is a rather obvious clue that suggest we should expect a device that comes with a stylus (the magic wand sure looks like a stylus) and the device that is in everyone’s mind right now is the Galaxy Note II.
Of course we could be all wrong and Samsung could just be messing with us but then again why would they do that? There is a possibility of Samsung launching another tablet but then again don’t they have enough already? What about the Galaxy Note 10.1? It might make an appearance at the event but it won’t be the star attraction because there’s very little about the Note 10.1 that we don’t already know about and very little else that Samsung has not revealed. Then, there’s the slight chance of it being a totally new smartphone altogether but you’ll agree that Samsung already has too much of that as well.
So will we see that Galaxy Note II this month? We can’t say for certain but it sure does look like it.