There is widespread speculation that Samsung will release a Galaxy Note 2 by October 2012.
Having already sold more than 7 million units of the Galaxy Note internationally, this qualifies as a ‘no-brainer’.
Expect the new Galaxy Note 2 to feature a 5.5-inch display, and a Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 1680 X 1050 pixels up from 1280 X 800 on the original model.
A dual core Exynos 5250 processor is also expected along with a slew of features borrowed from the new Galaxy S3 smartphone including: S Voice, SmartStay, S Beam, and NFC.
The Galaxy Note 2, according to sources, will also feature an eight megapixel camera with an improved lens and image sensor to provide better images and videos.
The new phablet’s RAM may increase to 1.5 GB and for international versions, 4G LTE will be standard.