The original Samsung Galaxy Note was a big hit for Samsung, selling some 7 million units since coming on the market late last year. Rumors abound that its next iteration will come this October, in anticipation of a fall release date for rival tech giant Apple's iPhone 5.
The Note II, if it will be called that, will supposedly feature a quad-core Exynos processor, 12 MP camera, and better battery life. The build quality will also allegedly be improved, thanks to a rumored unbreakable plane (UBP) display, a precursor to Samsung's flexible display technology.
It also could be larger than the 5.3 inches found on the current Galaxy Note, although that might be pushing it a bit too far into the tablet realm.
The final morsel we heard is that it will supposedly feature Google's new Android OS version, Jelly Bean, which is expected to be announced at Google I/O later this month. As always, take these rumors with a healthy grain of salt.