With the Samsung Galaxy S4 launched, the door has been thrown open for the Korean firm’s other high-end smartphone to get open again in the form of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
Rumors suggest Samsung’s next super-sized handset, proposing that the phone is going to get even bigger. Samsung executive J.K. Shin has confirmed the existence of the Galaxy Note 3, unveiling that it will feature a non-flexible 5.9-inch OLED display.
In terms of a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 release date which at the moment is not fixed and is expected to be launched later this year. This would mean that the Galaxy Note 3 would probably be launched around October if previous cycles are maintained.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is expected to carry a hefty price tag, probably in line with the Galaxy S4 – making it more expensive than its Chinese rivals the ZTE Grand Memo and the Huawei Ascend Mate.
The trustworthy sources have claimed that the Galaxy Note 3 could actually bear a slightly more modest 5.9-inch AMOLED screen. Screen size, then, remains a mystery but that’s not the only predicament regarding the display on the Galaxy Note 3.
The latest reports suggest that the Note 3 will be running on Android 4.3 – an updated version of Jelly Bean which may arrive at Google IO ahead of a delayed Key Lime Pie.
The usually reliable resources has also had its say on the Note 3, with its own “inside sources” claiming the handset will be the most powerful in the world with a octa-core processor, eight-core GPU, 3GB of RAM, 5.99-inch Full HD display and a 13MP rear camera. The proposal of 3GB of RAM has been given another boost by a second source which anyhow confirms the memory of the Note 3.