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Samsung teases Galaxy Note 3 unveiling

Samsung has teased the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 3 unveiling, pitching a billboard in New York’s Times Square telling gadget fans that it is almost “time to take Note.”

With the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 release date widely expected to be unveiled during the company’s Mobile Unpacked event at IFA 2013 next week, Samsung has once again teased the upcoming arrival of its Samsung Galaxy Note 2 follow-on.

Promising the arrival of “The Next Galaxy,” the Times Square erected Samsung teaser alerts that it is “Time to take Note” whilst making reference to the upcoming September 4 Unpacked event.

Far from the first time Samsung has teased the arrival of the Galaxy Note 3, the Korean manufacturer hinted at the third-generation phablet’s arrival while issuing invites to the Berlin based launch event. Alerting the media to its press conference, Samsung told us to “Note the date.”

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Rumours
One of the most eagerly awaited phones expected to be on the verge of unveiling, recent Samsung Galaxy Note 3 rumours have offered insights into the phone’s spec and upcoming appearance.

Seemingly styled like a stylus incorporating oversized Samsung Galaxy S4, the Note 3 looks set to share a number of features with its flagship smartphone sibling.

Tipped to run a 5.7-inch 1080p Full HD display, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 specs sheet has been mooted to see the same 13-megapixel rear-mounted camera and 1.9GHz quad-core CPU from the S4 make the cut while Android 4.3 Jelly Bean is expected to get the nod.

Separating the Note 3 as its own portable powerhouse, the phone is seemingly being readied for launch with a massive 3GB of RAM in tow.

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