Samsung Galaxy Note 3 release date will be on September 4, exactly as we told you a couple of weeks ago. In the mean time more photos and specs of Samsung’s next-get phablet hit the web earlier today confirming some of the previous rumors.
Some guys at MK News got their hands on a spec sheet that details some of the specs that will be featured on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 device. The next device in the Note series will be even bigger than the current Galaxy Note 2, as it is rumored to feature 5.7 inch SuperAMOLED display. Besides this, it is expected for it to come with 3GB RAM, Snapdragon 800 CPU and it should work with LTE-A networks making it one of the first devices with support for the fastest mobile data network. However, all these can change until the device is officially announced.
The rear camera is expected to be the same 13MP model that is currently featured on the Samsung Galaxy S4. The battery power, internal storage, external SD card storage supported are still unknown and there doesn’t seem to be any rumor regarding these specs.
Since the Galaxy Note 3 will appear most probably later this year, Samsung will most probably release it with Google’s latest operating system, the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. It is also expected for an improved TouchWiz Nature UX interface to be presented along with the official announcement of Note 3. We might be in for big surprise seeing that Samsung has always added new sensors and functions with every single they released until now.
The Note 3 display measures 5.7 inches, which is 0.1 inches smaller than the Galaxy Mega 5.8 and this might be the biggest ever device in the Galaxy Note series, as Samsung already decided to go with another name for their latest giant phablets.
No official word has emerged on the final release date, but we can easily speculate that September 4 will be the day when Samsung will launch the Galaxy Note 3 phablet internationally. So, what’s your opinion on this new device? Will Samsung manage to sell it as big as it did with the Galaxy S3, Galaxy S4 or Note 2? Post your thoughts in the comments field below.