Galaxy Note 3 Expected to Come Soon with Optical Image Stabilization

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South Korean Giant, Samsung has undoubtedly stunned the smartphone world by adding devices to its portfolio one after another continuously. Samsung had a great success with the Galaxy Note and Note 2 and thus, as expected, we hear that it is on its way to come up with another device in the succession of these two older devices. The anticipated device on the line of Note series may perhaps be called Galaxy Note 3.

Although the company may have been keeping this under its most secret project, we hear from the reports that said that the unnamed official from the Samsung mobile communications division has confirmed to ET news that they are indeed working on Note III. Reportedly it was also said that some of its features are yet to be finalized.

Galaxy Note 3 Expected to Come Soon with Optical Image Stabilization

Reportedly it was also said that the Galaxy Note III development team were researching on the various camera related technologies to incorporate in the upcoming Galaxy device. It was reported that the inside agents also claimed that Samsung is working to bring optical image stabilization tech to the next phablet, putting it up against traditional cameras. Firstly rumored and now expected Optical image stabilization is one such technology that might be seen in Note III. It was reported that Samsung is also working to bring in 3x optical zoom capability in the 13 MP camera of Galaxy Note 3.

Although there is no confirmation made so far as to whether the company will incorporate the optical image stabilization into the third generation Galaxy Note, the best thing is that this is the first time the company has acknowledged the existence of the device.

Reportedly, the inside source also said to ET News that no final decisions regarding the camera has been made, but we'd expect that something will be confirmed soon. After all, we're expecting a reveal at IFA 2013 - and that's just four months away.

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