Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Rumor: 6 Inch Display Phablet Pegged for H2 2013 Release

By Vivek
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Samsung is said to be planning to bring in Galaxy Note 2′s likely successor Galaxy Note 3 shortly within this year. This Phablet, which is reportedly told to have a 6 inch display, may oust the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and it is expected that it will become a direct competitor to the Galaxy S4.

There has also been great deal of rumor regarding the display that Samsung might use. It may use LCD or AMOLED or Samsung Youm or Samsung's unbreakable flexible display technology that it showed off at CES earlier this year.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Rumor: 6 Inch Display Phablet Pegged for H2 2013

 

Reportedly it was said that Samsung's Display unit plans to produce flexible AMOLED panels but the line's capacity is not enough to make displays for a flagship device like the Galaxy Note 3.

Online reports also say that the new information from Korea Investment & Securities by way of OLED-Display.net, suggests that Samsung may actually be preparing for a flagship device with a 6-inch display Samsung Galaxy Note 3 for sometime later this year, most likely by end of July.

Further, the report states that Samsung may not be able to get production of its Samsung Youm flexible display for the debut of the Galaxy Note 3 later this year. It also believes that Samsung will be selecting an AMOLED display over an LCD display for the Galaxy Note 3.

Online reports further said that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 may be powered by an Exynos 5 Octa-core processor, Mali 450 GPU with 8 cores and 3 GB of RAM.

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