The battle between LG and Samsung is an open chapter, when it comes to smart devices. LG is set to announce its flagship handset - G2 in New York, few hours from now; on the other hand, Samsung is also prepared to release Note 3 at IFA Berlin.
Talking about the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, the South Korean giant is making every effort to create buzz on the internet. GizBot informed you about speculated specifications of Note 3 may a time. But each time, questions were raised when it comes to battery fitted inside the Note 3.
Now, according to Webtrek, the alleged image of Note 3 massive battery has hit the web. It is not clear, whether the battery belongs to Samsung Galaxy Note 3 or not. Take this rumor as a pinch of salt.
Another peculiar thing about this image is the design of supposed Note 3. Until now, multiple-reports suggest that Galaxy Note 3 will arrive with curved edges like Samsung Galaxy S4. But if one look closely at the above mentioned image, then the Note 3 might have square shape instead of Galaxy S4 like curvy body.
Moreover, it is impossible to say how much the battery can go on. If this is Samsung Galaxy Note 3, then get ready to see an untidy handset with plastic body, and in design - even worse than Galaxy S4.
Samsung has already announced release date of Galaxy Note 3 i.e. September 4, Berlin, Germany. The South Korean giant is known for releasing Note 3 hardware at IFA Berlin.
The Galaxy Note 3 is said to have a 5.7-inch FHD display having resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. Like Galaxy S4, Samsung like to offer the device in two flavors - Exynos Octa 5, and all new Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. The phone should have at least 2GB of RAM, while the internal memory will most likely be either 16GB or 32GB (expandable up to 64GB via microSD card).
Talking about the camera, a 13MP rear facing camera with Auto Focus and LED Flash and 2MP front facing camera should be there. There is a possibility to see Android 4.3 Jelly Bean from the day one. Well, other features will be standard like NFC, Bluetooth, S-Pen, 4G LTE-A, 3G, GPS and more. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates.