We’ve seen quite a number of rumors regarding the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note II, slated for an IFA debut at the end of this month, and there were even some renders which claimed to be the real deal, with more or less success.
This time around we’re looking at Mr. Blurrycam in action, shooting a device which appears to resemble quite a lot with the allegedly leaked front panel of the Galaxy Note sequel. Accompanying the picture are already rumored specs like a 5.5-inch display, quad-core processor (probably Exynos 4 Quad), 2GB of RAM and next-generation S-Pen technology.
The phone looks to be a white-and-grey/silver combination used recently by Samsung on its Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note 10.1 devices. The home button is still there and it is pretty safe to assume that there will be two capacitive buttons on the sides, like we’re used to by now.
With less than two weeks to go until IFA, we’re expecting more details to hit the interwebs and we’ll let you know as soon as we hear them.