Samsung has certainly released a winner with their Galaxy Note range, where the sequel proved to be an even hotter commodity than its predecessor, which is why it is not surprising to hear that the South Korean conglomerate is working on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, where we have also spotted a leaked image of it just a month ago. Would you be interested to hear about the kind of hardware which will come packed underneath the hood?
Apparently, there are reports from South Korea that the Galaxy Note 3 will sport a 5.7” display, which is definitely different from what we have been hearing all this while concerning a 5.99” display. 5.7” would make it a mere 0.2” larger than the Galaxy Note 2, which in what could be an interesting twist of fate, would have the Galaxy Note 2’s display being 0.2” larger than its predecessor, now how about that?
Apart from its 5.7” display, we are looking at a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 CPU, 3GB RAM that ought to ensure everything runs buttery smooth, LTE-Advanced connectivity, and of course, Android 4.3 Jelly Bean right out of the box. Definitely high end stuff if you ask me, and the 5.7” display would no doubt be a Full High Definition screen.
Do expect the Galaxy Note 3 to also arrive with improved multitasking features apart from toting a bunch of its other apps. We do look forward to the Galaxy Note 3’s expected unveiling that is set to happen in Berlin later this September.