Following the debut of Samsung Galaxy Note 2, rumors about the launch of Galaxy Note 3 are making a lot of hype. Well, it’s not without reason, as Samsung is working on new display and CPU technologies that are likely to be featured on the Note 3, which could possibly make its launch in the 2013 IFA event.
The Galaxy Note 3 is expected to pop up with a more premium build quality. The Samsung Display Company is known to be working on introducing enhanced technologies into the market. Right now, the focus is on its OLED unbreakable display, which will feature an LTPS (Low Temperature PolySilicon) active matrix with a plastic substrate based on an RGB OLED pattern. The company is expected to commercialize the technology by the close of the year, probably after unveiling the Galaxy Note 3.
Samsung is also engaged in building new Mobile RAMs. Let’s not forget the Exynos Octa-core CPU, Samsung’s new eight-core CPU. The new processor has been designed specifically for high-end smartphones, phablets and tablets.
The main highlight of the eight-core processor is its energy-saving capability. The workload is distributed between two quad-core processors, with one assigned for heavier tasks requiring high processing power, and the other for lighter tasks.
While manufacturers are continuing to drive innovation, replacing existing prototypes with new technologies is not easy and it takes a lot of time. However, with better chips, unbreakable display technology, and high-end octa-core processor, Samsung seems well-prepared to make a mark in the market.
Samsung’s galaxy range of Android devices impressed the smartphone market, especially budget consumers. Innovation has pushed the company up to compete with Apple’s devices. With all this, rumors about the Galaxy Note 3 hitting the market in August-September are not surprising.