Samsung Galaxy Note 2 release date is yet to be announced but we are already seeing some major behind the scene secrets about the device. According to a new report, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 was originally supposed to come with a 13MP camera but owing to Sony, Samsung was unable to do so.
Yes, you read it right, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 was originally planned to come with a 13MP camera but somehow it couldn’t. So what’s the role of Sony in this, you ask?
According to the rumor mill, Sony wasn’t able to provide enough CMOS sensors for the Note 2 as a result of which the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 had to compromise with an 8MP camera instead.
Before the rumor came up, bloggers and tech experts from all around the world speculated that the Note 2′s 8MP camera is most probably an attempt to keep the costs under control but now that this new rumor has come up every Note 2 fan is now a Sony hater.
Even before the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 was officially launched there were Samsung fans and even a considerable number of bloggers all over the internet whose wish included that the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 should have at least a 12 MP camera. But when the Note 2 was first shown officially in the IFA event and it was revealed that it featured an 8MP camera instead, it was these people who were the most hurt.
So next time your Samsung Galaxy Note 2 captures a bad shot, blame Sony not Samsung.