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Posted by on Aug 2, 2012 in SmartPhones | 0 comments

Note the new Galaxy will be released in the previous IFA

Note the new Galaxy will be released in the previous IFA

Usually sending invitations to your events Unpacked are indicative of some characteristic of the new product, but without revealing too much what it is. However, the release sent today to call your event to be held in the previous is, to say the least obvious.

Samsung held an event on August 29 in where he will present the next generation of its Galaxy Note, a hybrid Tablet and Smartphone will be released a few days before the start of the largest electronics fair in the second half.

IFA is a milestone event for South Korea. That’s where he presented his first Galaxy Tab – 7-inch model, and which has systematically introduced many interesting products that ended up being distributed around the world, so the expectations are quite high in the face of what might bring new equipment.

Rumors have been generous in recent times: There is talk of a 5.5-inch screen embedded in a space equivalent to the current model, a quad-core slightly more powerful than the Galaxy S III and Jelly Bean with TouchWiz optimized to get tax advantage of the large format with great success – to the surprise of many – in the audience.

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The only question that remains in the air is to know what will happen to the Galaxy Note 10.1, equipment presented in Barcelona and then delayed indefinitely to improve their technical specifications inconspicuous. Will we see too?

Link: Samsung waves the magical wand: Could IFA Mobile Unpacked event to bring new Galaxy on Aug 29th Note (PhoneArena)

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