According to CNET, a Korean news site has leaked the full specs of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and it will have Jelly Bean, a 1280×720 display, 3G/4G support and a whopping 800-megapixel camera.
Full Samsung Galaxy Note 2 specs leaked
Now of course, the last spec there was a typo on CNET’s part which they corrected shortly after, however not before its readers had some fun with it.
Now back to the serious stuff. Samsung are getting ready to reveal the Galaxy Note 2 at the Berlin IFA event this week but apparently specs have already leaked out. The Note 2 follows on from the Note which has a 5.3 inch display. The new device will come with a 5.5 inch Super AMOLED screen offering 1280×720 pixels and it will have the latest OS – Android 4.1. The device will be powered by a quad core 1.4GHz Exynos processor and it should have an 8
00 megapixel camera and have support for 4G LTE. It was also reported that the device would be available in 16GB and 32GB versions.
Rumors about the specs of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 came out in June and they largely match the leaked specs of the Korean newspaper. The earlier leaks had said that the display would be 1680×1050 pixels and that the tablet would have a dual core processor.
For now all we can do is wait until we get the official details about the device when Samsung unwrap it as the IFA. The event will begin on Friday and continue through to 5th September. There will be a press event on the Wednesday and Thursday and the press event from Samsung will be aired live on Wednesday.