There has been no dearth of rumors concerning the Galaxy Note 3 device which is slated for a debut this September. The latest in that series which has its origins at the quite dependable @sammobiles would like us to believe the device will come loaded with the latest Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, which stems from the fact that the South Korean manufacturer has already started internal testing the latest Android build. Test firmware are already moving around online. This if true will no doubt add to the appeal of the device which will make the large smartphone the first in its genre to offer Android 4.3 right out of the bat. The Android smartphone segment has witnessed the launch of two high profile devices, the Moto X and the LG G2 though both offer Android 4.2.2.
Android 4.3 marks an incremental update over its predecessor which includes support for OpenGL ES 3.0 for better graphics performance and low energy Bluetooth Smart. The version will also enable users to enforce usage restriction for other users. However, there has been reports of the version suffering from many a performance issues which are currently being examined by Google and a fix is expected soon.
Meanwhile, the Note 3 is likely to come with a 5.7 or a 5.99 inch full HD display. The choice of processor could be the Snapdragon 800 chip rated at 2.3 GHz meant for sale in the US and Europe. For the rest of the world, there will be the Samsung Exnynos Octa 5420 powered Note 3. RAM strength will be 3 GB along with memory size options of 16, 32 and 64 GB.
Samsung is believed to launch the Note 3 on September 4, just two days prior to the start of the UFA event in Berlin.