Samsung Galaxy Note 2 teased by Samsung
Samsung has put out a teaser video of its Galaxy Note 2, just over a week before it launches the device.
The video doesn’t show the device in full, or name-check it, but we do see the S-Pen in action. The S-Pen is Samsung’s name for the stylus you use for doodling and jotting down notes. The Galaxy Note 10.1 also comes with the S-Pen.
Samsung has enlisted film director Wim Wenders for the teaser video, too.
“When magical moments come alive, everything becomes an inspiration,” says the video. Then the S-Pen is drawn out of the device, and we see it clicking and drawing on the Note 2′s screen.
“All the things you can do in the blink of an eye, with such a small and light thing,” Wenders says. “Anybody can do it.” Enigmatic, to say the least.
The video ends encouraging us to “Be creative, on August 29th, in Berlin.” Samsung’s Mobile Unpacked press conference is scheduled for August 29 – next Wednesday – so we’re in no doubt we’ll see the Galaxy Note 2 then.
Samsung previously confirmed it’ll announce the “next Galaxy Note” at the event. The device is widely tipped to be called the Galaxy Note 2.
No details have been confirmed, but we’re expecting to see a bigger screen, faster processor, and better camera.
Samsung announced the original Note back at IFA at the same time last year, so all signs point to the sequel being outed next week.