Samsung To Produce A 7-Inch Galaxy Note Device [RUMOR]

Till now Samsung has launched Galaxy Note models in three different variations (model) such as in 5.5- and 10-inch Note II smart-tablets, and now the south Korean company is planning to produce a 7-inch Galaxy Note? Details after the jump!

According to the rumors surfaced in the wild, it appears that Samsung is planning and working hard to bring a new Galaxy Note device which will be feature a display in between 7″ and 9-inches range to compete with the Apple iPad 4 and Google’s Nexus 7. SamMobile who have discovered a new Samsung Galaxy Note with the model number GT-N100 which has just received DLNA certification, and it rumored to come with a HD display and posing the same processor that equipped in Samsung Galaxy S III.

So, yet another Samsung Note in works? A device called the Samsung GT-N5100 that “has been sized between” seven and nine inches. We got no official details about this new tablet device will be a part of Samsung’s Note series. Of course, it’s real that the previous Note products start with “GT-N” in their DLNA certificate, though we can’t make sure or accurate about it.

The new Samsung Galaxy Note device is rumored to feature Samsung’s EXYNOS 4412 processor, clocked at 1.6GHz. If any information available, we’ll let you know by updating the post here at Vsszone.

A few weeks ago, Samsung was also rumored to launch it’s next-smartphone as the “Galaxy S4”, but it denied later. Rather launched 4-inch Galaxy S III. Samsung has released Galaxy Note models in the 5- and 10-inch ranges, so releasing one in the 7-inch range seems like a logical next step.

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  1. I hope for a better AMOLED of higher resolution, in the 250-280dpi (even if not as good as the Nexus10), uSD, and of course, improved palm rejection for the Pen.

    Please: Consider DAB+ (EU, Canada) and FM radio, independent of the phone radios. Google is wrong about the radio, not to mention the uSD lack.

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