It's rumoured to have a bendy display. But can it turn the heads of iPhone users?
Samsung has only just released its flagship Galaxy S III device, but MK Business News reckons a Galaxy Note II 'phablet' is due in October.
That is, of course, the same month that long-standing rival Apple released its iPhone 4S in last year – and that many expect an iPhone 5 to make its debut.
The new Note is set to sport a flexible unbreakable plane (UBP) display, with advanced speeds and multi-tasking functions supported by a quad-core processor.
The current Note boasts a 5.3-inch screen, and Samsung is expected to play to its strengths by designing an even larger screen for its successor.
It's also set to come with a longer battery life and shock-resistant durability, with power generated by Jelly Bean, the next in line to the Android OS throne, following on from Ice Cream Sandwich.
The Note is averaging at a million sales per month, reaching seven in seven, but the II will have to step its game up in order to realistically compete with the iPhone.