The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 release date is coming very soon and seems to target computer aficionados.
According to reports, the Galaxy Note 3 features are robust in order to be capable of taking on most computer tasks. Thus, future Samsung Galaxy Note 3 users may dish out their computers and laptops and do tasks with the phablet.
Just like the previous Galaxy Note smartphones, the device will most likely attract buyers from the business sector. Business professionals find phablets beneficial in doing their tasks. This has become the aim of the South Korean tech company.
Samsung has not disclosed yet the specs and features of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. However, according to rumours, the upcoming phablet will boast a 5.7-inch Full HD Display, 13 MP of rear camera and 3 MP front camera. Consumers may expect a massive 3,450 mAh battery, a quad-core Exynos 5 Octa processor, and 3 GB of RAM for heavy gaming and application usage. Lastly, the phablet also packed the latest Android 4.3 Jelly Bean for faster and smoother processing.
Reports claimed that Galaxy Note 3 will be released alongside Samsung's smartwatch dubbed as the Galaxy Gear on the same Samsung Unpacked event on September 4.
The Galaxy Gear will have a 2.7-inch touch screen, dual core processor and a rumoured camera attached to its strap.
According to Samsung-centric Web Site SamMobile, pre-orders of Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will start on September 4 and shipping will commence on September 8 to 10. However, the Galaxy Gear may come on early October.
As for the price, it is speculated that Samsung will follow the previous pricing strategy of Samsung Galaxy Note 2. The device may cost over $800. However, consumers may get the device at a cheaper price via carriers under a 2-year contract.
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