It has been confirmed! While the Galaxy Note 3 carrying Android 4.3 has been previously rumored, now it is official. The operating system will be present on the device right from its launch. This information is only available for South Korean markets so far, but we are hoping for a world-wide release, as software is almost always the same for Samsung devices. Samsung managed to pull off a current Android version ahead of the Moto X and the LG G2, which is pretty impressive. Just to remind you, the Note 3 is scheduled to launch on September 4, at a pre-IFA event.
According to our source, the Galaxy Note 3 variants (SM-N900S, SM-N900K, SM-N900L) destined for the South Korean market were spotted on the DLNA’s certification website, running Android 4.3. The variants will launch on SK Telecom, Korea Telecom, and LG Uplus, respectively. We were showing you the features of the Android 4.3 OTA a few weeks ago, when an image appeared on the internet. On the other hand, the Galaxy Note 3 is set to be released on September 4, at a Samsung press conference in Berlin. The devices first leaked image was about three weeks ago, but now we have high-quality, official photos of the upcoming device.
Looking at the specs, we should mention the 5.7-inch AMOLED display, the Snapdragon 800 processor, and the 13MP camera. The device is also said to come with 32GB of internal memory and 2GB of RAM. We’ll be looking at a microSD support of up to 64GB and a 3200mAh battery, which is pretty big (other reports state the presence of a 3450 mAh battery). So, having all these details, we’re hoping for a world release of the Galaxy Note 3, as we mentioned earlier. Nothing else to say here, we’ll tell you everything we find out about this device’s availability.