Be prepared to see the naughty Samsung Galaxy Note 3 at IFA 2013. The South Korean is currently finalizing whether to go for flexible display or normal Full HD screen. The other day three prototypes design for Galaxy Note 3 were the biggest news, and on the top of 3GB of RAM are expected to be fitted inside the device.
This crazy rumor should not be taken lightly, as Samsung might be preparing to shock Apple fans with a true beast. Samsung owns YOUM brand, which specializes in churning flexible display. Thus, it is believed that the South Korean giant could officially kick off the production with the Note 3, as their first device to use next -gen display technology.
In between news broke which states that Samsung is currently facing production delays and the company would settle for a 5.99-inch Super AMOLED Full HD display. Sam Mobile reports that the next-gen Galaxy Note 3 will have same "diamond pixel" structure found inside the Galaxy S4. Overall, the device is said to carry similar styling, and should be as raunchy as the Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8.
Once again, GizBot reminds you that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will have a 5.99-inch Super AMOLED display with Full HD resolution, octa-core processor, 8 -core GPU, 3GB of RAM, 16/32/64GB of internal memory, 4G LTE, 3G, Wi-Fi, NFC, DLNA, a 13-mega pixel rear camera with 1080p Full HD recording, either 2 or 3-mega pixel front facing camera, Wireless charging and 4,000mAh Li Ion battery.
Design wise, it will be a fusion of Note 2 and the recently launched Samsung Galaxy S4. Samsung would listen to its critics by going for aluminum chassis. It is not known whether the manufacturer allows removable back cover or not. It is also being said that Samsung may include the best possible imaging features. The device is expected to be announced in the month of September at IFA Berlin tech show.
As speculated earlier, the Note 3 to arrive with Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie is just a fake rumor. Google is not in a position to make Key Lime Pie just official yet. The delay of Motorola X phone could be one of the reasons. Instead, Google is expected to announce Android 4.3 Jelly Bean next month at Google I/O 2013. Stay tuned to GizBot.