Samsung clearly believes that “bigger is better”. It has taken the wraps off the largest member yet of its Galaxy Player series of handheld computers, and the Galaxy Note II is expected to be even bigger than its predecessor.
Like its predecessors, this will have everything users have come to expect from a Samsung smartphone except the phone. It’s going to be focused on games, ebooks, and video — features that will be enhanced by the 5.8-inch display.
This upcoming model is going to large enough to qualify as a small tablet, and therefore more information on it can be found on Brighthand’s sister site, TabletPCReview:
Samsung Galaxy Note II
The much-anticipated successor to Sammy’s tabletphone is about to be revealed, but those who can’t wait should be pleased to hear that the specs for the Galaxy Note II have already leaked out.
It will be upgrades in a number of ways, not just a larger display. This includes debuting with the latest version of the Android OS.
This device is also large enough that it can be classified as a miniature tablet, and therefore its is being covered by TabletPCReview: