The Galaxy Note 3 is Samsung’s most anticipated phone, and from quite some time, we’ve been seeing rumors related to this new phablet device. New reports suggest that the Samsung phablet will be releasing in a month’s time and the company is also expected to announce its own smartwatch known as Galaxy Smart Watch along with it.
The report comes from the courtesy of AsiaEconomic, and it says that Samsung is planning to unveil the Galaxy Note 3 at a special event just before this year’s IFA. For sure, the Note 3 is going to be launched in the next couple of months, and that’s why it’s not hard to believe the new launch date of September 4th.
Galaxy Note 3 Features:
Like always, the Note 3 is said to have power-packed features. J. K. Shin has already confirmed that that the Galaxy Note 3 will feature a 5.9-inch OLED screen which is said to be a Full HD display. The Note 3 said to be powered by an Exynos 5 processor, and a whopping 3GB of RAM, breaking the 2GB barrier in its earlier devices. The 13MP camera is said to come with features like optical image stabilisation, and of course, there would be the S Pen.
Design wise, the the Note 3 is expected to be an enlarged version of the Galaxy S4. Samsung won’t be planning to do any major redesign on the phone.
These types of events are usually announced a week or two in advance, and that’s why, we might soon be able to see the announcement. What’s interesting to see in the event is the Smart Watch, and what it will offer. The watch is said to be running on Android operating system, but how exactly will it run and what are its features needs to be seen.
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