4th September reveals Galaxy Note 3

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With the latest version of Android, and a rumored 5.7 inch display, the new Galaxy Note, the Note 3, will come to show us a new perspective. It is said that Galaxy Note 3 will be bigger than its brother Note 2 but it is not known yet how big exactly,  maybe 5.7 inch or 5.9 inch. The release date of Note 3, looks to be set for autumn, on 4th  September two days before the IFA 2013 event in Berlin. Probably in October the new Jelly Bean based phablet from Samsung will become available in stores. Regarding the price, it wasn’t revealed, but 700$ can be around the truth.

According to our source the specs of the new phablet are a bit enlarged as its younger brother. The new device comes with a wider screen, not yet sure if it will be 5.7 or 5.9 inch, a 1920 x 1080p HD display, quad-core Snapdragon 800 at 2.3 GHz with 3GB of RAM, a great and performant 13 megapixel camera with image stabilization. Speaking about the firmware version which will run on the device, it is believed that Android 4.3 will have the honor to be presented with the Galaxy Note 3.

Galaxy Note 3

Galaxy Note 3

New specs, new operating system, new dimensions and not eventually new handset incorporating all these called Galaxy Note 3. As far as we saw from the beginning, Galaxy Note has increased its display every time by 0.2 inches from Note to Note 2 and following this trend the new handset should be from 5.5 to 5.7 inch. A big enough display if you ask me. We have to wait this summer for holding in our hands the new gadget from the Korean Company with the flexible display variant. It was told before that this year we have to be prepared to explore this new concept of flexible display on the new Android powered devices.

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