After the successful launch of Galaxy S4, it's time to greet another high-end smartphone from Sammy. No, Samsung is not announcing yet another version of its popular Galaxy S4, but we could see the coming of Galaxy Note 3. That's right. As we are coming closer to IFA Berlin, naturally, more and more chances to see a sequel to Galaxy Note 2, is on cards.
According to Android Geeks, Samsung would announce Galaxy Note 3 on September 4 in an unpacked event, ahead of IFA Berlin. The South Korean giant always prefers to announce Galaxy Note series in and around IFA tech show. As per a report, mass production of Galaxy Note 3 will start in August. We expect Samsung to launch its much awaited handset in India around October.
The Galaxy Note series is always known for its business features. Both Galaxy Note and Note 2 climbed to unprecedented heights; the second -generation Note 2 is rated among the best handset announced last year. The Galaxy Note 3 won't be different from its predecessor in terms of design and aesthetics. This time around, we could see metal crafted Note 3 instead of plastic chassis. Some reports also suggest that Samsung is planning to use flexible display to power Galaxy Note 3. Industry insiders, however, believe that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will resemble to Galaxy S4. Has Samsung abandoned its plans to introduce aluminum styled Galaxy Note 3? Only time will tell.
The Note 3 is said to have a 5.99-inch Full HD 1080p AMOLED display. The makers will go for S Pen once again. We recently saw the global announcement of Xperia Z Ultra, a monster handset stuffed with Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. Rumors say that the Note 3 is coming with Snapdragon 800 processor coupled with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of ROM. Just like the Galaxy S4, Samsung will once again use a 13-mega pixel camera. The phone will be powered by Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. But who knows Samsung Galaxy Note 3 would become the first device to ship (officially) with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. Stay tuned to GizBot.