Samsung’s Galaxy Note 2 might be the largest Android-based smartphone in the world at the moment, but it could soon be left behind by bigger, more powerful smartphones.
, devices like this pack features that are found inside both smartphones and tablet PCs, and are still considered a niche market.
However, it might not be too long before these devices become more popular, and designer Erica Yusim (via
concept-phones) came up with a new concept of what such a phablet should look like.
Called Samsung Galaxy Note X, the concept device packs a much larger 6.3-inch touchscreen display that can deliver full HD resolution, a great option for viewing photos or videos while on the go.
Moreover, the smartphone is powered by a 2 GHz quad-core Cortex A15 processor, which should provide increased performance capabilities.
In addition to the a Super AMOLED Plus screen and the powerful processor, the handset
is also said to feature a 16-megapixel photo snapper on the back, with auto focus, LED flash and BSI, capable of shooting full HD videos, as well as a 3MP camera on the front for making video calls.
The specs list of the concept device also includes Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, AGPS, Glonass, USB 3.0 Host, mHL port, and NFC capabilities.
Packing 3GB of RAM inside, the Galaxy Note X phablet could arrive on shelves with internal memory options of 32GB, 64GB and 128GB.
Although featuring a very large screen, the smartphone
remains incredibly thin at only 8.9 mm. it weighs 220 grams and packs a 4000 mAh Li-Ion battery inside.
Another appealing feature of the phablet is the inclusion of Android 5.0 on its specs list, which would be accompanied by various exclusive software and features coming from Samsung.
The Galaxy Note X might be only a concept for the time being, but it certainly suggests that more could be done to improve users’ experience with handsets.