Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo Gets Leaked, Tipped for MWC 2014 Launch

By Anuj

Earlier this week, Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 3 Neo was leaked ahead of its anticipated release.

Though, the purported specs sheet of the device was made public by a well known blog site; however, until now no one knew how different the Galaxy Note 3 would be in comparison with Samsung Galaxy Note 3.

But today, the first image of Galaxy Note 3 has hit the web, and to some extent that question, many feel, has been answered.


Few hours back, an image posted by SamMobile's Twitter account, proves that Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo is a bit smaller in comparison with the Galaxy Note 3.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo Gets Leaked, Tipped for MWC 2014 Launch

The upcoming phablet carrying rumored hexa-core processor is slightly shorter, but two devices look identical in respect to appearance and design.

Also, the Galaxy Note 3 Neo may be identical to Samsung's high-end Galaxy Note 3, but the internal hardware would be similar to the previous generation Note devices, particularly, the Galaxy Note 2.

If we asked to believe at the leaked specifications leaked by GSMArena, then yes, the Galaxy Note 3 Neo is an enhanced version of original Galaxy Note 2. Well, the leaked device is said to have a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED 720p HD display. Under the hood, there will be a 1.7GHz dual and 1.3GHz quad-core, likely to be Exynos hexa core processor, backed by 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal memory, and a 3,100mAh battery fitted inside.

Moreover, the new age Galaxy Note 2 handset is also said to feature newly launched Magazine UI. We don't know whether the said device will feature 4G LTE connectivity. Now all eyes glued at the Mobile World Congress (MWC), to be held in late February.

Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!

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