Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is set to release late this year. It is one of the most talked-about smartphones of 2013. Samsung has not yet confirmed anything officially over its Galaxy Note 3. It is also not clear if Samsung will brand the flagship as Note 3. The hot performance of Galaxy Note 2 in the smartphone market has raised fans’ anticipation on its successor. Rumors round Galaxy Note 3 are swiftly swirling in the pool.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is supposed to release at Electronic Entertainment Expo 2013 in Berlin on September 6. Many tech forums have released benchmarks on Samsung Galaxy Note 3, but genuineness of these is unconfirmed. Galaxy Note 2 was coded as GT-N7200, so accordingly its successor, Note 3 is to be coded as GT-N7200. But it typically depends on Samsung’s branding tactics.
The Galaxy Note 3 is rumored to feature a 13MP camera, 5.99 inches 1080p display, Android Jelly Bean v.4.3 and 1.6 GHz processor. The Samsung Galaxy S4 features Exynos 5 Octa that has the same processor speed. Android Jelly Bean v4.3 is to be released alongside the white variant of Nexus 4 this June.
Previously, there were rumors that Galaxy Note 3 will run on Android Key Lime Pie v.5.0. But Google I/O Conference organized roughly a week back did not unveil anything on Android 5.0. So, if Galaxy Note 3 is to hit the shelves this September, it will likely operate on either Android 4.2.2 or a slightly advanced Android version 4.3.
Reportedly, Samsung has chosen the same plastic framework for its Galaxy Note 3 as in S4, but the Korean Tech will probably render the appearance of aluminum brush with its plastic skeleton this time, as that will satisfy customers who were anticipating a metallic chassis for Galaxy Note 3. But before Note 3, some variants of Samsung Galaxy S4 are awaiting launch, including Galaxy S4 Mini, S4 Activ and S4 Zoom. Also, two variants of Samsung Galaxy Mega are to hit the shelves this summer.