The Galaxy Note, the second generation of the now-known Galaxy Note tablet phone, was launched yesterday at the IFA 2012 exhibition hosted in Berlin, Germany. The gadget is slightly improved in terms of hardware performance, including the 1,6GHz Quad-Core processor and the 2GB RAM that rises higher than Samsung's performance benchmark. The new Galaxy Note 2 will be equipped with a 5,5 "SuperAMOLED HD screen with HD resolution 1280 × 720 pixels that is protected by the new Corning Gorilla Glass 2 technology.
NOTES 2 comes equipped with a full suite of connectivity options, which is highlighted as a novelty dual band wireless standard, LTE transmissions cat3 allowing transfers to 100Mbps download and upload and Bluetooth 50Mbps v4.0. N7100 new version runs Android Jelly Bean and has v4.1 NFC standard. The new model has a higher energy demand than its predecessor and is equipped with a battery 3100mAh that is intended to ensure decent working time, a big problem lately gadgets. Launches at IFA 2012 we expect that you will discover in the next posts.