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A Tuesday announcement say the rumours. And, from multiple leaks, it's a 16:9 four-incher with a quad core ARM CPU for sure, and little in the way of styling changes. One change that will have even the fanboys moaning is the abandonment of the long established 30pin connector for a new 19pin one, thus rendering all accessories that depend on the 30pin connector obsolete!

If this week then Sammy have bounced them into it by alerting the press to a product launch (maybe two) next week. Prior to this Apple had planned an October launch. The Sammy launch could be the Galaxy Note 2. If so they are now doing a lot better at the secrecy game than the guys in Cupertino.

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