Leaked shots of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 have surfaced online just weeks ahead of its launch event in Germany.
A “tipster” sent KnowYourMobile a blurry image of a device this morning that looks akin to other Samsung products in the Galaxy line. Sources told the publication it is the Galaxy Note 2, and it will boast a quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, Samsung’s S-Pen tech, and Android Jelly Bean.
Phandroid posted a clearer press shot of the Galaxy Note 2 that aggregated on Twitter this afternoon. The picture shows the front and back of the device with the camera and speaker positioned similar to the Galaxy S III. It also houses a slot for S-Pen.
Nowhereelse rounded the recent Galaxy Note 2 leaks with a photo of a 5.5-inch front panel. Samsung confirmed it would launch its hotly awaited phablet at IFA on Aug. 29 with a bigger screen than the predecessor.
9to5Google is attending IFA in Germany and will report the launch event live.
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