Samsung Galaxy Note 3 to Arrive in 2013 with 6.3 Inch OLED Screen, Android Key Lime Pie and 3GB RAM

By Gizbot Bureau

At the IFA 2012 in Berlin, Samsung the South Korean tech giant unwrapped its highly rumored second generation phablet - Galaxy Note 2. However, now the talk of the town is the Galaxy Note 2 successor which has stirred the interest of the tech world with its first consistent rumors - Galaxy Note 3.

Recently a Korean Times report has come up suggesting that the South Korean company is already working on a 6.3-inch design for the popular smartphone/tablet hybrid and Samsung will unveil Galaxy Note 3 display at CES 2013.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 to Arrive in 2013


Earlier reports have claimed that Galaxy Note 3 will be 6.3-inch phablet equipped with a huge battery and that "the human hand can only hold so much." A CNET report also noted that Samsung has effectively "pioneered" the phablet, proving wrong the critics who argued that a smartphone with a big screen would never succeed in the market. The original Galaxy Note featured a 5.3-inch screen and sold 20 million units. The Note 2 increased in size by just 0.2 inches and is excelling in the market.

Meanwhile, ongoing rumors have also revealed that rumored Galaxy Note 3 will run on Android 5.5 Key Lime Pie OS, 16 Megapixel rear camera with auto focus, LED flash and BSI, 3 Megapixel front camera with 'Best Photo,' 'Best Faces,' low light show and BSI, 32, 64 and 128 GB memory options, 3 GB of RAM, 4,000 mAh Li-on battery all in dimensions and weight of 84.9 x 161.9 x 8.9 mm and 220 grams respectively.

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