Images of a new Samsung device have just been leaked online which is a variant of the company’s popular Galaxy Note but with a smaller display. The device is said to be that of the Samsung Galaxy Memo which hasn’t even been announced by the company yet. Popular Samsung mobile blog Sammobile posted the photos of the still to be confirmed device.
The Samsung Galaxy Memo comes with a mid-range to high-end specifications that look pretty impressive. Listed below are the alleged specs.
- Android 4.2.2 with Samsung touch-wiz nature UX
- 4.5-inch Full HD LCD display
- 489 ppi pixel density
- quad-core processor clocked at 1.4GHz
- 2GB of RAM
- 8MP camera
Why is it called the Memo? It’s assumed that it is what it’s called due to the word “memo” on its screen. This is still an unconfirmed report though and it could very well be a good Photoshop edited picture.
If this were to be a real device then it’s going to be a good looking one since it’s going to sport a full HD display on a 4.5 inch screen. The quad core processor combined with a 2 GB is more than capable of running the most intensive apps out in the market which would make this a good choice for gamers.