With September approaching fast, rumors about the Samsung Galaxy Note III too seems to be picking up pace. According to a recent leak, the most awaited phablet is to launch at IFA on the 6th of September. According to some previous rumors, the device was expected to hit the market on 4th September. Korea Herald has stated that unnamed officials from the industry have mentioned the arrival of the device at the IFA 2013 event.
Also the latest as far as its specification is concerned claim the Note 3 will come with a 5.7 inch sized display and not a 6 inch one, something corroborated by the dependable @Evleaks as well. The 5.7 inch size is nonetheless perfect, since a device larger than this risk losing its portability factor. Case in point, the Xperia Z Ultra with its 6.44 inch screen is almost the same size as a 7 inch sized tablet.
As for the specifications that the Galaxy Note 3 is believed to pack in include a Snapdragon 800 or the Samsung Exynos 5420 chip mated to a 3 GB RAM. The 5.7 inch screen will have 1080p quality display to boast while the device will also offer LTE advanced connectivity and a 13 megapixel camera at the rear. At present there are no confirmations made by the Korean biggy regarding the launch of phablet. However the present scenario suggests it is time for the appearance of Samsung Galaxy Note 3, keeping in mind the stiff competition it has to face from the likes of Sony and HTC as well as other manufacturers, who are as well making an entry in the phablet market this year.