A few days ago we have announced you that Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo is up for pre-order on a Belgian Retailer, not to mention all those rumors about an upcoming Note 3 Neo leaked a few weeks ago, but the company did not confirm any sort of information until now and the release date is not yet official. This time, Galaxy Note 3 Neo was revealed on Samsung Poland and we know for sure that it’s going to become available for purchase beginning this February. And don’t forget that we are talking about two different versions: a Galaxy Note 3 Neo 3G one, as well as a Galaxy Note 3 Neo LTE+ model (which supports LTE Cat 4 150 / 50 Mb/s).
When it comes to these two versions, you should know that they include different processors too. Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo LTE+ gets the power from a hexa-core processor (with a dual-core CPU and a quad-core processor), while the 3 one is equipped with a simple quad-core processor clocked at 1.6GHz and lacks LTE support.
Other similar specs and features
The rest of their specs and features are similar. We are talking about the same 5.5-inch Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display with a maximum HD (720p) resolution, as well as an 8-megapixel photo camera with LED flash, autofocus, and even full HD (1080p) video recording that comes along with a secondary 2-megapixel camera for video calls. Although Galaxy Note 3 Neo has 16GB of internal memory, you should also know that just 11GB is available, but the integrated microSD card slot can immediately solve the problem and expand storage up to 64GB.
As for its dimensions and weight, here we have no more than 148,4 x 77,4 x 8.6 mm balanced with a total of 162.5 grams, not to mention the design of this handset. As you can see in this photo, its backside is completely covered in faux leather, just as the original Samsung Galaxy Note 3, making it so comfortable and elegant.
But unfortunately, as our source confirms, both Galaxy Note 3 Neo versions feature Android 4.3 Jelly Bean – which is a real disappointment, since 4.4 KitKat is available for quite a while.
No word on pricing
So, although the company hadn’t mentioned how much they’d cost, we know for sure that the LTE variant is the expensive one, given its specifications. And be sure that we will keep you posted about that!