Samsung Electronics officials have recently announced that they are confident in the company's new Galaxy Note 2 phablet. The officials are expecting the 5.5-inch phablet to sell well, even though the iPhone 5 is already on the market.
You should know that Apple already sold 5 million iPhone 5 units over the first weekend after the launch, while Samsung sold 5 million first-gen Galaxy Note units in five months.
But the experts are predicting a good start for the new Samsung Galaxy Note 2, saying that it will be sold three times faster than its predecessor, mostly because many of the US and world wide carriers will introduce the smartphone in their offer.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will become available for purchase on 128 markets, via 260 mobile operators, and South Korea was the first country to sell the product, as it debuted in the Asian country a few hours ago. Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is expected to debut on the North American market in October, and I'm expecting to see it at all the major carriers in US and Canada.
We will probably get to see it in some national television commercials, broadcasted just as often as the ones for Galaxy Note 10.1.
I remind you that the new Galaxy Note 2 brings a 5.5-inch display with HD resolution and HD Super AMOLED technology, an Exynos 4412 chipset based on four Cortex A9 cores clocked at 1.6 GHz and an improved S Pen stylus, plus 2 GB of RAM.
The smartphone runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean out of the box and boasts an 8 megapixel camera with autofocus, LED flash, face and smile detection, image stabilization and full HD video recording support. The terminal also comes with handwriting text recognition and if it comes with all the "goodies" of Note 10.1, then you can consider yourself lucky.
You should expect a revamped S Note, Smart Stay, S Voice, S Beam, geometrical shapes recognition, drawing applications and many many other such treats.