Samsung Galaxy Note 3 release date is one of the most anticipated releases this year and it is expected that the device will showcase great specs and features.
According to rumours, Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will feature a 5.7 inch Full HD Display; 13MP of rear camera and 3MP front camera; 3,450mAh battery; a quad-core Exynos 5 Octa processor, and 3GB of RAM; Android 4.3 Jelly Bean; S-Pen and TouchWiz UI.
According to a previous report of Samsung-centric Web site SamMobile, pre-orders of Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will commence on September 4 and shipping will commence on September 8 to 10.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will most likely follow the previous pricing strategy of Samsung Galaxy Note 2. Therefore, the device may cost over $800 for the unlocked version. However, carriers will definitely offer the device at a much cheaper price under a two-year contract.
Also, Samsung is tight-lipped with the details of the launch event as it did not disclose too many details about the device that will be launched in the Unpacked event on September 4.
Below are the top five features that consumers should expect in the imminent release date of the device on September 4.
Eight Core Processor - It is reported that Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will be equipped with an eight core processor. It may be similar to Samsung Galaxy S4 where the device is powered by two quad core processors.
Phablet-Like Screen Size - Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is quite known for its massive screen display that it continuously enlarging. The current Note 2 has a 5.5 inches screen size. It is speculated that Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will include a 5.9 inch Super AMOLED screen display.
Long Battery Life - Rumours claimed that Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will include a 3,450 battery.
Improved S-Pen - One of the distinct features of Samsung Galaxy Note series is its stylus dubbed as S-Pen. It is most probable that some improvements will be seen in the stylus.
4.3 Jelly Bean OS - Samsung Galaxy Note 3 may be the first device that will run with the 4.3 Jelly Bean OS. Jelly Bean update roll outs for Samsung devices seemed to take quite a long time that leave most users waiting in vain.
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