We have received manifold rumors and speculations for Galaxy Note 3 in the past, but this time independent sources say that the phablet will come on September 4 with a 5.7 inch screen size. The Korea Herald says in a report that according to “industry officials,” the Galaxy Note 3 will be announced at IFA 2013 on September 4 and will feature a 5.7 inch display.
The IFA event for the announcement of the next generation Galaxy Note device was confirmed since the first rumor came out, but the screen size was previously predicted to be 5.99 inches. Recently our reliable leakster @evleaks also confirmed the screen size of 5.7 inches which led us to believe that indeed the 3rd generation Note Smartphone will pack a 0.2 inch increase over Galaxy Note 2, assuming that Samsung wants to keep augmenting 0.2 inches with every new Note Smartphone.
The report also sheds light on the faster connectivity with LTE-A support to upcoming Samsung and Apple products, including the Galaxy Note 3. Previously many other rumors have suggested that Galaxy Note 3 is expected to come in two variants – one with LCD display and other with Super Amoled Full HD Display. Only 10% of the LCD displays would be available in certain markets, the rest would be Super Amoled.
Many other rumors in a recent past have leaked the snapshots of the device and its 13 MP camera. This has added to the confusion and we long for some reliable and/or official information. Another report also suggested that it will pack 3 GB of RAM and will be among the first Smartphones to come with 3 GB RAM, the other one being LG Optimus G2.
To recap the complete list of expected specifications, Galaxy Note 3 is expected to come with 2.3 GHz Quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor and 3 GB of RAM. It will feature a 5.7 inch Full HD display with 13 MP camera slapped on its back. It is obviously expected to come with S Pen, which is a customized pressure sensitive stylus for Samsung Galaxy Note devices, which can be used to take notes and annotate documents. As reported previously, it is likely to come with same plastic body and an inflexible display, unlike previous rumors.
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