The Galaxy Note II is expected to make its debut in the end of this month – in the beginning of the IFA 2012, but then again there’s always time for some more rumors about the device. This time they’re coming from a publication in the Korea IT Times, which once again confirms, that the phone is going to have a 5,5″ AMOLED screen and also adds some other interesting details. According to the rumor, the phone’s screen panel is going to use a technology known as Unbreakable Plane (UBP). This means, that the panel is going to be using a plastic substrate, which is not only going to make it more resistant and even flexible, but it will also reduce its thickness by 0,4 mm – this will allow for a larger battery. Sadly, the use of this technology alone doesn’t mean that the smartphone itself will be flexible, but it does however mean, that the screen will be a little bit flexible and it will certainly be a lot more damage resistant.
This actually isn’t the first time we’ve heard this technology being mentioned around the Samsung Galaxy Note II, so there a good chance, that those rumors turn out to be true. Among our other expectations are a quad-core processor and an improved camera – something vital for a modern-day high-end smartphone. Whether these rumors turn out to be true or not is going to remain unknown for now, but we can certainly tell you one thing – we can’t wait for the device to finally be officially revealed. B. A.