MK Business News reported that the Samsung will be releasing successor to the Samsung Galaxy Note in October against the Apple’s iPhone 5. According to MKBN the Galaxy Note II model will use an unbreakable plane (UBP) display, which is a precursor to the flexible display. The thinner display will also allow for a slimmer design by giving more space for the baseband core chip and application processor.
Galaxy Note II will have a larger display than the current model at 5.3 inches, and will also have a improved battery life and sturdier build to increase shock resistance against falls. It will also have a quad-core processor which will allow users to multi-task and will increase faster processing and a 12 MP camera with Android’s Jelly Bean OS, which also a successor to the current ICS OS. Let’s see if all the rumor’s are true or not.