Samsung Galaxy Note 3's release has become a hot topic nowadays since its predecessor cut its price drastically.
It has previously been deemed rather unlikely that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 would make its grand debut at the 2013 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona later this month where the rumoured Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 will be announced.
The Samsung's phablet is selling like hotcakes and right now Amazon because of its pretty amazing deal. In the US, Verizon offers the device for around half the price to new account holders or those adding a line to their existing family plan. Amazon is selling the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 for $189.99.
Although it is usual for devices to offer discounts especially towards the end its lifecycle, Samsung Galaxy Note 2 was release late last year so it has a long way to go.
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is rumoured to have a massive 6.3 inch flexible screen display and Samsug's newest eight core processor. Samsung is significantly raising the bar for the entire mobile marketplace in general, and Samsung's smartphone competition in particular.
Samsung is rumoured to include their very own eight-core Exynos Octa processor that was debuted at CES, which is actually 2 sets of quad core processors working together. The two 4-packs intelligently alternate between performance and energy efficiency, depending on your requests and the operations you are currently running.
Samsung is also speculated to put a generous 70% increase in battery life, and at this time wireless carrier availability and pricing has not been revealed.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8, on the other hand, is like the middle brother or Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy Note 10.1. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is speculated to sport an 8-inch touch panel since smaller tablets are quite popular. Samsung seemed to be banking on the popularity of Note 2 and entering the smaller tablet category.
Two of the exciting features of the tablet is that it will be equipped with the latest 4.2 Jelly Bean OS and will also have the S-Pen stylus.
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