Galaxy Note 2 rumors are flying left and right, with the South Korean Android manufacturer said to be interested in launching the device before Apple releases its sixth-generation smartphone, also expected to hit in the following months.
Without revealing any Galaxy Note 2 details, Samsung has started taking registrations from developers for a special developer day at this year’s IFA event.
According to Android Central, the developer event will take place on Thursday, August 30, from 14:00 – 18:00 PM local time. The Unlocked event is set to take place on the same day from 19:00 PM, so those developers that make it to the special session may have a chance to preview the new device(s) earlier than anyone else.
Details about the developer day event are scarce at this time. The Android maker says that devs will “meet the latest technology from Samsung platforms” and “learn about Samsung’s latest devices and services.”
Places are limited, so anyone that wants to be a part of Samsung’s – hopefully Galaxy Note 2-related – developer day event will have to register right away and cross their fingers. From those registrations, Samsung will select the lucky developers that will be asked to attend and the company will announce them via an email that will be sent out on August 1.
We have no idea whether the company will also unveil any other Android device, Android device variation or any other mobile device at IFA 2012. Last year, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note, the Galaxy Tab 7.7 but also the bada-running Wave 3 smartphone during the Berlin-based event, so who knows what the company has in store for us this year when it comes to tablets and smartphones. Not to mention that the other Note we’re expecting to hit stores, the Galaxy Note 10.1, is still not out yet, so we wouldn’t be surprised if it was somehow included in Samsung’s IFA 2012 plans.
Have you registered for the company’s developer day event yet?