In early May, Samsung unveiled to the world its latest flagship Android-based device, the Galaxy S III, with a quad-core application processor packs inside, and with a large 4.8-inch touchscreen display on the front.
The handset builds on the success of last year’s Galaxy S II, which was also used as base for the building of another high-end handset from Samsung, namely Galaxy Note.
Following tradition, a new Galaxy Note model might arrive on shelves with specs that would remind of Galaxy S III
, and one concept phone that steps down this road has just made an appearance online.
We’re referring here to the Galaxy Note II concept device from Bob Freking (via Concept-phones
), which shows design elements familiar to Samsung’s new Android phone.
Basically, Galaxy Note II was thought as a larger version of Galaxy S III and is featuring a 5.5-inch front panel now, up from the 5.3-inch touchscreen display on the original Note.
Of course, this is a 1080p HD AMOLED screen, and is complemented by a quad-core Exynos 1.8 GHz application processor, capable of providing users with better performance levels.
The same TouchWiz UI from Galaxy S III
would be present on this device, though it would have to feature some tweaks to make it compatible with the S Pen technology that Samsung’s Galaxy Note devices arrive with.
If we were to let us dream higher, we would even say that Galaxy Note II is meant to bring along upgraded S Pen technology, and that other specs of the device would also be enhanced to make it even more appealing than the original.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note
smartphone was quite successful, and a follower would certainly attract people on its side, although it would be aimed only at a niche market. However, if packed with high-end specs such as those attached to this concept phone, it could easily win the heart of more users.