The launch of Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is expected to be in September at the IFA 2013 event in Berlin. However, another report points out the arrival of Note 3 has been delayed till the end of September due to various reasons, one of which is the ongoing debate on whether it’s LCD or AMOLED screen that should finally make up the display of the new phablet.
The rumors regarding Samsung Galaxy Note 3 have been doing the rounds for the last couple of months and seems to have picked up pace as well approach its launch at the end of September. The device will eventually witness Samsung Galaxy Note 2 being replaced by Note 3 as the new flagship device from Samsung. Although there has been no dearth of rumors regarding the device, not much is known about the device.
From what has emerged over the months, the upcoming Galaxy Note 3 is likely to come with a 13 megapixel camera, (the S4 too features a 13 megapixel at the rear) with a 5.7 to 6 inch 1080p display making up the front. As for its processor, it can either be an Exynos 5 Octa or a Snapdragon 800 quad core chip or both powering different versions of the device. Rumor earlier suggested that this device might come with LCD display to either join or replace the AMOLED display, whereas a new report mentioned that Samsung could also release this phone with both the display types.
ETNews has also confirmed that Samsung has plans of adopting the LCD screen from Sharp and also use the AMOLED display as well. It can be expected that the reason behind such a decision could be the demand of LCD screens that are less demanding on the battery while allowing for accurate stylus inputs.
However it is quite surprising to see that Samsung has made an announcement about the arrival of Note 3 at the end of September. This is the first instance whereby such a specific date has been declared, although nothing is yet confirmed about the exact date of its arrival. All fingers are thereby pointed at early September IFA 2013 which clearly makes it possible for the release to happen at the end of the month since Samsung usually follow up an official launch with a market release in a month’s time.