The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 should launch in September, with the South Korean company debuting the device at the IFA expo in Berlin.
According to a reputable Korean analyst, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will definitely be launched in September and Samsung will use the Berlin-based IFA consumer electronics conference to showcase its new S Pen touting smartphone.
The Korean analyst released a note that discussed the recent Samsung stock price fall following the dilution of the Samsung Galaxy S4 brand with new iterations like the Galaxy S4 Active and Galaxy S4 Mini. Within the note, he disclosed that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is coming in September as part of Samsung’s IFA presence, which runs from September 6 – 13.
The gargantuan Samsung Galaxy Note 3 should follow in the design footsteps of the flagship Galaxy S4 smartphone, albeit with a much larger screen. This would introduce a much squarer look to the Note range than the Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy Note devices.
Tipped to pack a 5.99-inch display with full 1080p HD resolutions, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 should include an eight-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.
Recent Samsung Galaxy Note 3 photo samples point towards a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera for the device, the same snapper as featured in the Galaxy S4. It will also pack a f/2.2 aperture lens with a 31mm focal length.
Previous rumours suggested that the smartphone come tablet hybrid will also offer 3x optical zoom.
The specs for the front-facing camera are still unknown, but we predict it’ll be the same 2-megapixel affair as the Galaxy S4 too.
Running Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will obviously come with Samsung’s latest TouchWiz UI, complete with the new features introduced with the Galaxy S4 like AirView, DualShot camera mode and SmartScroll.
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