According to some previous rumors, we learned that the Samsung Galaxy Note will allegedly sport a 6.3-inch display. Plus, the company has recently announced the Galaxy Pad gaming accessory meant for the new Galaxy S4, but that is also compatible with other devices with up to 6.3-inch displays, which was another reason to believe that those rumors were accurate.
However, a new report is surfacing the internet that seems to be in conflict with the previous ones. This one suggests that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will have, in fact, a 5.9-inch screen and will be demoed to the execs of AT&T this very week. This new display size doesn’t come as a big shock because other recent rumors gave suggested that the company is preparing a new 5.9-inch device and will be released later this year.
According to online publication Korea Times, the executive of AT&T are going to meet their Samsung homologous in the capital of South Korea in order to talk about the carrier’s promotion of the upcoming Galaxy Note 3.
It seems that the AT&T officials will get to see a Galaxy Note mockup, as well. We also have a few details about what the device will have under the hood. Except for the already mentioned 5.9inch OLED screen that will have a full HD resolution, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will be powered by the same processor that underpins the Galaxy S4, namely the Exynos 5 Octa, and will have support for LTE connectivity service among other functions which are not set in stone yet, as the two parties are still talking about what they should be.
Korea Times claims that the information is accurate and was received from an official of one of Samsung’s components supplier. However, the source is anonymous, so we don’t have to believe everything. But what about the reported 6.6-inch Samsung handset? The same publication says that it will be actually a different device, but that is not meant to be a flagship like the Galaxy Note 3. Korea Times notes that Samsung is working on a 6.3-inch phablet that is expected to be ready in the first half of 2013 and that will probably be released next summer. Also, the new phablet will be cheaper than the Galaxy Note 3, thus the boasted hardware won’t be that impressive.
If the Samsung Galaxy will indeed sport a 5.9-inch display, will you be interesting on buying it, or you think that it’s just too big for you?