Samsung has finally announced the much awaited Samsung Galaxy Note 2 phablet at the IFA. All details about the Galaxy Note 2 including its hardware, software, and its design have been revealed.
Samsung confirmed that the Galaxy Note 2 will be released in the United States sometime later in 2012, though they did not reveal an actual date.
This could mean that the Galaxy Note 2 could be released in the United States this October or it could land as late as December 31st, New Year’s Eve.The company announced that the device would be heading to European, Asian, andMiddle Eastmarkets sometime in October.
Samsung did not announce the Galaxy Note 2 for any US carriers and so far, no carrier has confirmed the Galaxy Note 2 on its network as yet.
Right now, nothing is currently known about the pricing of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. The original Samsung Note was launched at $300 with 2-year-contract via AT&T, so it’s possible that the Note 2 could be priced similarly.
Samsung will offer three distinct models of the Galaxy Note 2 - 16GB, 32GB and 64GB.Sporting a 5.5 inch screen and running Jelly Bean OS, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 could prove to be a charming device when it finally hits retail.