This is a kind of vague approach, but Samsung is Samsung after all. The South Korean giant is prepping to make its feet a little deep into the muddy world of gaming. Completely baseless, surely the tech vendor has no such plans in the future. After making the world Gaga over the seductive Galaxy S4, the major smartphone player, now eyes Unpacked 2013 Episode 2, in the coming days. What exactly Samsung want to say to its ardent consumers?
The following day of the Samsung Galaxy S4 announcement, the manufacturer uploaded certain compatible accessories to be used with the fabled device. As reported by Tech Radar (via Phone Arena), Samsung has announced a Game Pad accessory to be worked with select Galaxy devices starting from 4-inches to maximum 6.3-inch. Now what does that stands for? As of now, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has a screen size of 5.5-inches. Or on a safer side, one can also say that newly announced Galaxy Note 510 won't be compatible at all with such tiny Game Pad accessory.
It would be logical to think deeply and link the impending announcement of the Galaxy Note 3 with the above mentioned instance. It is being constantly said that the rumored Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will likely to have a 6.3-inch display. As of now, going by the above mentioned Game Pad accessory one may argue on the familiar matter. Either the folks over at Samsung are planning a phablet with a 6.3 -inch or in real the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is coming to retail shops sooner than you expected. It would be great to see Samsung making a 6.3-inch Full HD phablet device. Right now, many tech vendors have come up with their phablets up to 6.1 -inch display. Chinese major mobile vendor Huawei has come up with a super sized handset with a display size of 6.1 -inches. Back home, the Swipe MTV Volt, has a display size of 6.0-inches. But one has dared to use Full HD panel in their phablet device.
Sony, which is making merry with the successful launch of the Xperia Z, is also working on a 6.44-inch Full HD phablet device with S- Pen like functionality. Recently, it was reported that Samsung is currently working on a 5.99-inch phablet device that could be a possible successor to the Galaxy Note 2. Is Samsung planning to launch two -three phablets this year? What about an affordable phablet with a 6.3-inch 720p HD display with Samsung branding on the top and costs mere Rs.15, 000. Surely, many Indians would like to buy this rumor. Stay tuned to GizBot.