Samsung Galaxy Note III Releasing Date Rumours

Attention Phablet fans, new rumours about Samsung Galaxy Note III.

Samsung Galaxy Note was a huge success that the company dared to try out Note 2. the Note 2 was accepted widely and from then onward, the tech world started its wait for the Galaxy Note 3. there had been so many rumours and gossips about the yet to come Galaxy Note 3. now, the latest version is only a few weeks away it seems. According to sources, the de vice will be releasing in the event on September 4th of this year. If it is true, the device will be showing off ahead of the IFA 2013, which is to be held in Berlin.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3

It was in the IFA of 2012 that the Galaxy Note 2 was released, and so there were rumours that the next device will be unveiled in the IFA 2013. but according to the latest weathers, the device might pop in well before that. As per the latest rumours, the device will be introduced to the media in a press only meeting of Samsung Unpacked event, which would most likely be conducted just before the IFA 2013.

Rumoured Screen:

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is expected to arrive with a 5.99 inch screen, along with stylus support. There are rumours that the company will be using SUPER AMOLED technology as well as IPS panels for the new device, but that depends heavily up on the market.

Rumoured Processor:

There are varied opinions about the processor of the upcoming Note. Some reporters are of the opinion that the device will be having a Quad core 2.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800. some others say that the Note 3 will be having a 1.8GHz eight-core Exynos processor. Taking in to consideration that the Galaxy S4 was made available in both these varieties, there are possibilities that the Note 3 too might be shipping in both versions.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3

Rumoured Chassis:

A vast majority of the users of the Galaxy S4 smartphone are not satisfied with the plasticky chassis of the device. Though they admit that the plastic makes the device light weighted, they can not ignore the fact that the plastic steals away the classy look of the smartphone. It feels more or less like a low budget smartphone.

If Samsung is patient enough to take in to consideration the feed backs from its users, the Note 3 will not be featuring a plastic chassis. We hope that this time the company will consider metal chassis than the polycarbonate ones.

Rumoured Price:

When the Galaxy Note 2 was released, it carried a price tag of nearly 50,000 rupees. Though it is currently available at a price tag of 35,0 rupees, the releasing price should not be forgotten. So, there are every chance that the Galaxy Note 3 will be having a price tag that would be clearly above 55,000 rupees. The plus point is that, once the Note 3 is released, the price of the Note 2 will fall really down.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3

We will have to wait for a few more weeks/months to dig out the truth in these rumours. Till then lets spread the rumours and help the rumour mill to spin some interesting rumours.
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Last updated on 03-07-2013. Published on 03-07-2013.
Published by Mobiles4Sale in category Rumours
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