As Samsung Galaxy S4 has been on the market for quite a few months, mobile enthusiasts are now expecting Samsung's next flagship mobile devices – the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Rumors of Samsung Galaxy Note 3 have been circulating for quite a while.
Much more users are eager to know the exact release date of the Samsung Galaxy Note III. Though the Korean phone maker hasn't announced the release date publicly, we heard words coming straight from the mouth of a Samsung 'official' that Samsung will launch the Galaxy Note 3 in 'the latter half of the year'. It's worth mentioning that the Galaxy Note 2 emerged at IFA 2012. The annual show takes place in September, which falls in-line closely with that latter half of 2013 rumors.
If the rumored released date is true, then Samsung must be working hard so that they could meet with the scheduled time. And consumers may wait till October to get a glance of this smartphone on the market.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will feature a 13 megapixel camera. That doesn't sound all that far off the mark considering the Galaxy S4 comes with a 13 megapixel camera as well, but the Note 3's is said to be quite advanced for a smartphone.
An unnamed Samsung executive noted that "We are pondering various technologies at this stage - for example, OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) and shutter functions. But, nothing has yet to be confirmed, so we cannot conclusively say that those functions will be added to the Galaxy Note 3."
Samsung is also eyeing a 3x optical zoom but concedes that packing such a camera into the Note would be challenging consider the phone's thin design. It is also said that Samsung is testing out hardware-driven optical image stabilization. In addition, Samsung has employed the Snapdragon 800 processor for added horsepower.
Pricing on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is yet to even be rumored, but we think it will probably be more expensive than the Galaxy Note 2, as the Note 3 has a larger screen than the Note 2.
We could expect the Samsung Galaxy to come with a hefty price tag. Taking the price change between the 5-inch Galaxy Note and 5.5-inch Galaxy Note 5-inch into account, we think it could be around the £620 mark, which is more a tablet, but designed to be a phone.
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