Samsung Galaxy Note X Concept Phablet Phone Design

The successor of Galaxy Note is out and it’s making it big count after a huge success of Galaxy S III. After Galaxy S III, this is one of the bigger announcement from the team Samsung and this device is yet to hit stores around the world. It’s too early to think about the future coming Galaxy Note 3 smart phone but the leading giant in smart phone will certainly come up with a successor possessing beautiful and better specifications and features. We did see one Samsung Galaxy One Tablet design with Projector included.

Samsung Galaxy Note X Concept Phablet

The concept phones are interesting mockups and one such was received for the Samsung Galaxy Note X smart phone early today. The device is dubbed as the Galaxy Note X by the designer Erica Yusim. According to his design, the device even gets bigger than the Galaxy Note 2 size with 6.3 inches display screen almost a tablet. Again the Super AMOLED HD display comes in picture here with 1080 x 1920 pixel resolution. This is how the device will look alike – Samsung Galaxy Note XThe device is powered with 2.0 Ghz quad core processor A15 and has 3 GB of RAM. The designer says it should look like 32 / 64 / 128 GB memory and 16 mega pixel camera on the rear side with auto focus and LED flash. It has 3 mega pixel camera on the front side with BSI, Best Photo, Best Faces, Low light shot.

Again the designer adds 4,000 mAh long lasting battery to the device with NFC, Wi Fi Direct and other interesting features. Certainly everything looks good about this concept phone and we hope that this should certainly become the reality in the coming years or maybe not.

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