Samsung Galaxy Note 3 to Sport 5.7 inch Display: Production to Start in August 2013

    Samsung has really been in the top notch category in the mobile business and market. The South Korean mobile manufacturer has been on the headlines for quite sometime now. The Galaxy series has really rocked the tablet and phablet market and now with the rumors of the Galaxy Note 3 circulating in the media world, it is sure to retain its position in the news until it comes out.

    However, here is a fresh news regarding the Samsung Galaxy Note 3; the device is said to come with the massive display size of 5.7 inch. Note 3 is likely to create some ripples in the phablet world like the ones Galaxy Mega 5.8 and 6.3 did.

    Samsung Galaxy Note 3 to Sport 5.7 inch Display

    After a series of leaks and rumors now Twitter user @evleaks has tweeted saying that Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will come with a 5.7-inch display. However this is quite contradictory to the earlier news reports and rumors that suggested that the phablet will come with a 5.99-inch full-HD Super AMOLED display with diamond pixel structure.

    However, @evleaks has enough credibility from its past leak records thus Samsung Galaxy Note 3 might indeed sport a 5.7-inch display. Previous rumors about the specifications of the upcoming phablet have suggested a Exynos 5 Octa-core processor, Mali 450 GPU with 8 cores and 3 GB of RAM. And it is still rumored feature a 13-megapixel rear camera.

    Reports also come with the statement that says "We will start placing orders for follow-up models, such as the Galaxy Note 3, from August.". Thus to assume the arrival of the Note three is for sure.

    The Galaxy Note 3 is the next most anticipated new mobile device from Samsung and speculations are that the it'll be unveiled before the IFA Show in Berlin this September. Hence, one can also assume the production beginning from August.

    However, as of now no further information has been leaked and mentioned. The price of the Note 3 also remains a mystery but it can be expected to come soon.

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