What to know about the Galaxy Note 3

With IFA 2013 just looming in the horizon, Samsung is yet again enticing the entire technology community with an upcoming launch of its latest phablet iteration, the Galaxy Note 3.

The handset, as many industry experts suggest, represent the further evolution of the Note series. Inheriting a similar upgrade style to that of the Galaxy S series, the Galaxy Note 3 will be packing the most powerful ARM-based chip available today, paired with the Adreno 330, arguably today’s one of the most sophisticated and robust GPU.

Together with the large and brilliant 5.68inch display, this specs configuration will surely be loved by those who like their mobile devices pack a large display screen while staying fast and portable. And what’s better, the Galaxy Note 3, being one of the most rumored mobile devices of the year, is expected to have a more accelerated and aggressive worldwide roll out than its predecessor. According to leaked documents provided by Engadget, it is very likely that major markets will be getting the Galaxy Note 3 by end of September.

Such should be good news for case manufacturers out there, who have been paying huge sums of money to amass leaked product schematics of the Galaxy Note 3 in hopes of readying themselves for the next hot gadget commodity.

For a more detailed rundown of the specifications under the hood of the Galaxy Note 3, please see below details as outlined by the Android Authority:

Component Description
Chipset Qualcomm Snapdragon 800
CPU 2.26GHz quad-core Krait 400
GPU Adreno 330
RAM 3GB
Camera 13MP rear camera, 2MP front-facing camera
 Display 5.65inches, 1920 x 1080 resolution, AMOLED panel
Memory 32/64GB with microSD expansion slot
Connectivity Bluetooth V4.0 with A2DP, NFC, WiFi 802.11a/b/g/n/ac, DLNA, WiFi Hotspot
Battery 3200mAh
4G-capable Yes

We will be providing further updates, as well as an initial hands-on review, once the phablet is available on the market. Pricing is yet to be determined, as well as availability on different regions worldwide.

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