The popular Samsung Galaxy Note will have its successor in October this year if reports coming from Korea (MK Business News) are true. And the most notable is that fact that it will sport the yet to be announced Android Jellybean operating system.
Galaxy Note II is likely to be launched at the same time as the next version of Apple iPhone 4S. The smartphone is expected to feature a thin unbreakable plane display (UBP) with a better display resolution and sport a slimmer design.
Reportedly, the next Galaxy Note will have a quad-core processor, a 12 megapixel camera, longer battery life and a sturdier build compared to its predecessor.
Android Jellybean is likely to be announced at Google I/O event that will take place at the end of this month. The new operating system is rumored to be aimed at desktops and laptops as well as smartphone and tablets, with better support for x86 processor architecture of Intel. The current version of the OS Android 4.0 is meant for tablets and smartphones, while the earlier versions where either targeted at smartphones (Gingerbread) or tablets (Honeycomb).