It isnâ€™t hard to imagine what the email of Samsung is all about as it read â€œThe Next Big Thing is Hereâ€ with a picture of the stylus featured with the tagline. Without question, the company will soon launch its new device in the US . The recipients of the email were encouraged to save the date of October 24th at 7pm in New York. It also said a formal invitation will follow.
Samsung mobile spokesperson Makenzie Blythe confirmed that Samsung is holding a press conference in New York on October 24th at 7pm. Speculations about the specifications of the new device are said to include a redesigned S pen, new apps for their new S pen, and a quad-core 1.6 GHz Exynos processor that works best with LTE networks.
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The Galaxy Note II is set to be the first Samsung smartphone that will launch with Android 4.1, commonly known as the Jelly Bean and is enterprise-ready. It has a 5.5-inch HD Super Amoled touchscreen and will be 0.2 inches larger than that of the Note I. It also weighs less than its predecessor.
The redesigned S pen is touted to be able to sense 1,024 levels of pressure and is equipped with an â€œAir Viewâ€ which will allow users to preview the contents of an app just by holding the pen in the air above the app. It can take notes on pop-ups and pop-up videos. Thus, it allows users the ability to multi-task conveniently.
The new Samsung Galaxy Note II launched in South KoreaÂ
North Korea Â on Tuesday and is set to roll out in 128 markets through 260 carriers. It will be available in the US from Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and U.S. Cellular, according to Samsung sources.