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LeakTT: First images of Samsung Galaxy Note 2?

Leaked: This appears to be the first leaked image of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 2

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Aug 17, 2012 8:29 pm

The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will being seeing the light of day in just a little while, but that doesn't stop curious, and often helpful, tipsters from releasing pictures of the device ahead of its launch. KnowYourMobile received a supposed picture of the device last night and has posted it up online for all to see.

 

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According to the source, the device features a slightly larger screen than the original Galaxy Note and comes in at a massive 5.5-inches. The technology used for the screen wasn't divulged by the source. It will feature a quad-core processor like the Galaxy S III and is thought to use the Samsung Exynos 4 Quad.

 

The new device will also feature 2GB of RAM and Samsung's new S-Pen technology. All of this combined into one update makes this new Galaxy Note 2 one great new device. The device is said to be launching with Jelly Bean, so you won't be behind the times if you purchase it when it launches.

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