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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 UK release date leaked as September 16

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 UK release date has been leaked, with the stylus hosting handset tipped to hit retailers just days after next week’s IFA based unveiling.

With the Galaxy Note 2 follow-on widely believed to be heading for a formal unveiling during Samsung’s Mobile Unpacked press conference next Wednesday, September 4, leaked documents have suggested the phone could go on sale as early as September 16.

Leaked via a snapped stock listing from network and retailer Three, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 UK release date has been shown as September 16, with the retailer even alerting staff that the phone will not be announced until IFA.

Not the only phone to be teased in the leaked product listing, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 release date has appeared alongside the Sony Xperia Z1 release date.

Expected sibling to the flagship Sony Xperia Z, the Z1 is another device tipped for a September 4 unveiling, with the handset set to feature an improved spec and larger screen than the Z. According to the Three file, the Sony Xperia Z1 release date will be held on September 24.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is one of the most eagerly awaited products heading for an IFA 2013 unveiling, with the phablet handset mooted to run the same 1.9GHz quad-core CPU and 13-megapixel rear-mounted camera as the Samsung Galaxy S4.

Latest Samsung Galaxy Note 3 rumours have pointed towards the handset boasting a 5.7-inch 1080p Full HD display and a revised S-Pen stylus.

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Via: Engadget

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