Unconfirmed bits of information on the Galaxy Note 3 has begun to infiltrate online no sooner than the Galaxy Note 2 had arrived at the retail scene. Speculators have pegged the yet-to-be-announced device to be based on the Exynos Octa-core CPU which if true will make for a hell of a lot faster than the present version. Another very interesting piece of information which should add zing to the gadget is the display being made up of unbreakable material.
While this information would only be proved or disproved with time, there is confirmed news about Samsung making a new type of RAM for their mobile devices. In all probability these RAM would find their place in the Galaxy Note 3 when it is launched. The RAM which Samsung is in the process of building is of the 20nm 4 GB LPDDR3 type.
The specialty of the new RAM is the lower power requirement. They would have 20 percent lesser power requirement than the LPDDR2 RAMs. The transfer rate of the RAM is also much higher than the LPDDR2. While the LPDDR2 has a transfer rate of 800 Mbps, the LPDDR3 would be able to do the same at 2133 Mbps. The physical features of the new RAM also make them most suitable for mobile devices being very thin with a 2 GB package having a height of just 0.8 mm. Meanwhile, speculators claim the upcoming Galaxy Note 3 phablet to come with a 4 GB RAM.
However, there is no word yet as to when Samsung is expected to launch the new Note 3. Rumor has it that it can happen at the IFA 2013 event. This makes it the months of Aug to September as the most probable dates for launch of the Galaxy Note 3 from Samsung. Thankfully, that’s not too far ahead.