Previously, rumors indicated that Samsung is experimenting with metal chassis, which it will be finally implementing in its upcoming Note 3. But now all such rumors seem to have gone down a level below. Three layouts were chosen by Samsung for its Note 3, a pattern similar to that of S4, a metal chassis and some absolutely new framework.
Reportedly, Samsung considers S4’s design as flexible and it won’t turn off existing Samsung customers. Likely, Galaxy Note 3 would be a larger variant of Galaxy S4. Sources reveal that Note 3 will feature a slim bezel, 13 MP rear-facing camera and 2MP front facing camera. The device will run on Octacore processor featuring quad core Cortex A7 1.6 GHz and quad core Cortex A15 1.9 GHz.
It is expected that Note 3 will possess an enhanced UI. A chrome-like band that encircled the entire surface perimeter of S4 was confused as metal. But it is simply metal-like and not metallic. S3 featured a similar metal-like band that cased only its top surface perimeter. Samsung might utilize plastic frame with similar appearance to brush aluminum in its Note 3.
The 5.99 inches HD AMOLED display of Note 3 differentiates it from Samsung’s current flagships. SamMobile says that the shortlisted designs for Note 3 including the metallic chassis were out but it has chosen to follow out the similar plastic pattern as in S4. Samsung always manages to veil its designs until the final launch date.
However, probably Samsung will implement a metal-like appearance with premium plastic materials in Note 3. The plot sounds interesting as at least it will render a satisfactory sensation to customers over their expenditure of $200 on the device. Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will release in September, but before that, two variants of Samsung Galaxy Mega will hit the shelves in late May and early June.