With the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 release confirmed, speculation can begin on whether it will come running Jelly Bean and could it really have a flexible display?
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 release has been officially confirmed with Samsung revealing that there would be a Galaxy Note 2 launch at the IFA 2012 tech conference.
Speaking to Reuters the company released a statement saying, "We plan to unveil the next Galaxy Note at the Samsung Mobile Unpacked event in Berlin on August 29."
That would put its launch as being just two weeks before the rumoured launch of Apple's next smartphone the iPhone 5 and would almost certainly help bolster the company in its battle to retain smartphone dominance.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 features:
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is rumoured to come with a much larger 5.5-inch display however some reports have specified that not only will it be classed as 'unbreakable' but could also be the first flexible OLED display on a smartphone.
There has been talk that the Galaxy Note 2 will come running Android Jelly Bean, the latest version of Android currently only seen on the Google Nexus 7 tablet and the Galaxy Nexus smartphone.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 specs:
It's believed that the Note 2 will also come equipped with a much more powerful quad-core processor similar to that seen on the Samsung Galaxy S3.
The Note 2 could also be receiving a camera upgrade as well with a 12-Megapixel camera being placed on the back marking a huge increase on the original Galaxy Note.