The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has previously been the topic only of rumors and speculation, but a recent tweet from the Samsung Arabia Twitter account has let the cat out of the bag early.
The unannounced Samsung Galaxy Note 2 was included in a message that asked Samsung Arabia's followers to respond with what upcoming devices they're most excited about.
The tweet from @SamsungMobileME read: "Which one of these are you excited about: #GalaxyBeam #GalaxyTab2 #GalaxyNote2 #Poll."
The Samsung Galaxy Beam and Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 are well-known devices, and it makes perfect sense for Samsung to follow up on the successful Galaxy Note with a Galaxy Note 2.
Unless this particular company tweeter was pulling products out of thin air, it's likely Samsung will announce the Galaxy Note 2 release date, or at least confirm its existence, soon.
TechRadar has reached out to Samsung for more information, but the company has yet to respond.
Recently, rumors claimed that the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will have a flexible screen, allowing the device to bend slightly under pressure, and a quad-core processor.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2's screen is also rumored to be larger than that of its predecessor, which had a 5.3-inch display.
A screen as large as 5.5 inches would place the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 even more firmly in the realm of smartphone/tablet hybrid.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 release date is pegged for October, according to multiple reports, and it'll likely run Android 5.0 Jelly Bean, the successor to Ice Cream Sandwich.
Finally, the Galaxy Note 2's camera is rumored to be a 12MP improvement on its predecessor's 8MP shutter.
This story will update when TechRadar hears back from Samsung.
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