Samsung will apparently hold a press conference on September 4th in Berlin, where it will officially present the new Galaxy Note 3. That’s great news for all phablet lovers, even if, at this point, the release date is just a rumor. The first two generations of the Samsung Galaxy Note were also presented in Berlin, at the annual IFA trade show. So if you were expecting for a newer and better version of the device, you might become one of the happy owners starting this autumn. We have no information on the price tag yet, however approximately two months separate us from the event where more details may be revealed.
Specs wise, according to our source, the phone will come with a 2.3 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor with 3GB of RAM and a 13-megapixel camera, which is a lot more than the Galaxy Note’s 2 (8MP). It is going to feature the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean (sources say it may run the v4.3 OS) firmware, and, of course, you will also get the already famous S Pen. You will be working on a full HD Super AMOLED display, which will measure between 5.7-6 inches diagonally. The Galaxy Note 3 is rumored to support LTE-A and it will come in 3 versions: 16/32/64 GB storage, with MicroSD card slot.
Although specs haven’t officially been announced and all we have so far is rumors, I must admit they sound pretty good. It actually makes me want to go out there and buy the Galaxy Note 3 right now, and see for myself what it can do. I guess I can just wait and see if the 4th of September will bring more information. How do the features sound to you? Do you also believe that the device will be one of the best smartphones of 2013?