The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is expected to debut soon and thanks to many of the rumors circulating the net, there’s many reasons to look forward to the upcoming device. It’s highly unlikely that this phone will enjoy the same level of success or as many sales as the Galaxy S4 or iPhone 5S, it’s still a good seller.
Purported specs for Galaxy Note 3
There have been numerous rumors regarding the highly anticipated gadget but MK News recently shared a report in which they reveal what they claim are the final specs for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. The phone reportedly features a 5.7 inch display, a Snapdragon 800 processor, 3GB of RAM, metal insert wrapped around the edges of the phone so it looks more like the Galaxy S4, and Android 4.3 operating system. It also features support for LTE-Advanced networks which can deliver speeds two times as fast as the current 4G LTE speeds.
Samsung will likely debut their Galaxy Note 3 phone on September 4th prior to the IFA trade show in Berlin.
Fake Galaxy Note 3 specs being circulated
TechKiddy also reports that two recent purported images are false. GottaBeMobile added, “There have been rumors that have suggested that Samsung may release several different variants of the Galaxy Note 3, each with different specifications, but as of yet, that remains unconfirmed and murky. Interestingly, the model numbers SM-N900A, SM-N900T, and SM-N900V have shown up here. They are expected to be the AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon Galaxy Note 3 models respectively. Oddly enough, the AT&T model is listed with a 6-inch display like the T-Mobile model while the rumored Verizon variant is apparently being tested with a 5.7-inch display.”
Samsung is currently taking the lead in the smartphone market thanks to their perennial popular Samsung Galaxy S4. The South Korean tech giant has all but redefined the smartphone market. There is no telling on whether the Galaxy Note 3 will have an impact on the company’s overall market share.