Alongside the new iPhone 5 and the Galaxy S3 the new Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is without question one of the most eagerly awaited phones of the year. The handset is expected to be officially launched in India today. This new model is hoping to follow in the footsteps of the original Galaxy Note which was a surprising success for Samsung especially as many critics felt that the large screen would deter many potential consumers.
Way back at the end of August we saw Samsung officially unveil this new model at the IFA event which was held in Berlin, Germany. Pricing for the new premium model remains a bit of a mystery but there is a little more concrete information on the date when customers in India can expect to see the model hit the shelves which is looking like the first week of October. Hopes are high for this new model and Samsung have realistic targets of 20 million. If the model reaches this figure then it will help Samsung secure a big chunk of the premium smartphone market with the Galaxy S3 already leading the way as one of the best selling phones around. The new model will not only attract consumers looking for the largest screen possible but may also capture the attention of people looking for a small screened tablet. In fact the large size has led to many people calling the phone a “phablet”, a smartphone and tablet hybrid.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has much more going for it than simply just a larger than average display. In terms of performance the phone is set to be one of the best on the market thanks to the incorporation of the new Jelly Bean version of the Android operating system. This new platform features some improvements that make the software more efficient than ever before. A 1.6Ghz quad core processor will also help the phone to deliver some ultra fasts speeds. This new model also has 4G LTE connectivity enabling super fast data transfer speeds in countries where this new system is supported. Fore more Samsung Galaxy Note 2 News relating to the India launch of this model please visit our website.
The new Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is shaping up to be a very special phone indeed and Indian consumers now have a good idea about when they can lay their hands on this excellent device.