Later today Samsung will announce the Galaxy Note 2, a new smartphone with a massive 5.5-inch display at Samsung Unpacked 2012 in Berlin Germany.
The event starts at 7PM Berlin time, which is 1PM Eastern and 10 AM Pacific.
The Galaxy Note 2 is the star of the show and we’ll be on the event floor to bring you our Galaxy Note 2 hands on and first impressions as fast as possible, but you don’t have to wait to see what the Galaxy Note 2 looks like.
Update: Watch the Galaxy Note 2 Event Live Now – Breaking Galaxy Note 2 News
Samsung Mobile is streaming the Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy Camera event live to the web on Facebook. The Galaxy Note 2 live stream will show off the new Note 2 features and specs. Users can watch the Galaxy Note 2 live stream on Facebook without registering, but the stream may not work on mobile devices.
Be ready for live stream delays and issues like we saw during the last Samsung live stream event. We’ll be covering the news as it happens, so head to the GottaBeMobile home page for the latest Galaxy Note 2 news.
Samsung is already teasing the Galaxy Note 2 with the video below which shows off the stylus, but keeps the rest of the Galaxy Note 2 a secret.
We know that the Galaxy Note 2 will ship with a larger 5.5-inch display, and it looks very likely that Samsung will show off the Note 2 running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, but this will delay shipping until at least October in international markets. The Galaxy Note 2 U.S. release date is likely to arrive later, with AT&T becoming the first carrier to offer the Galaxy Note 2.
The rumored Galaxy Note 2 specs include,
- 5.5-inch Super AMOLED Display with 1280 x 720 resolution
- Exynos 4412 quad-core processor
- 8MP rear facing camera
- 16GB and 32GB models
- 4G LTE connectivity
- S-Pen Stylus
- Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean
Unlike the Galaxy S III event, Samsung is not requesting email sign ups to receive a link to the live stream. No carriers are stepping up to claim availability, possibly due to the rumored October release date.
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