The Galaxy Note 3 relevance has been questioned now that Samsung have released the Galaxy Mega, with a 6.3-inch screen. The Galaxy Note 3 could become the mid-path between the Galaxy S4 and the Galaxy Mega, with top specs and incredible stylus support.
We have had plenty of leaks coming from multiple sources about the Galaxy Note 3 and the general idea seems to be a 5.7-inch screen, even though early leaks said it would come at 6.0-inches.
Samsung’s phablet will come with a 1080p display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chip or an Exynos octo-core depending on the region, 3GB of RAM, 64GB of storage and a mega 4000mAh battery.
According to lots of industry sources and leakers, the Galaxy Note 3 will be released at IFA 2013 on September 4. Samsung will apparently stick to tradition with the release, instead of breaking off and having their own event.
The Galaxy Note 3 may come with tough competition, with LG preparing the Optimus G2, a phablet with the same horsepower as the Galaxy S4 and perhaps a little smaller in the screen size.
The Note line has been spectacular for Samsung, with the phablet starting off the trend of very large smartphones. While the Galaxy S line has been Samsung’s best mobile brand, Note is still very popular and we suspect Samsung has been working hard on the next smartphone in the line.