Samsung started the phablet revolution when they launched the original Samsung Galaxy Note, and they are likely to try and once again prove that they can innovate in the sector, despite plenty of other offerings from competitors, when they launch the new Samsung Galaxy Note III later this year. An insider has claimed that the official screen size for the device, which has been a hot topic as of late, is set to be 5.7-inch, a bit smaller than offerings from their competitors.
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The Samsung Galaxy Note III will apparently not feature many design changes, at least if all the supposed leaks until now are to be believed. The company will instead focus on the inside of the device, upping both the power and the performance. The Samsung Galaxy Note III will apparently feature a 5.7-inch display according to a Samsung insider that Business Daily spoke to, instead of a rumoured 6-inch or 5.8-inch panel. The Samsung Galaxy Note III will supposedly come with a 5.7-inch 1080p display, 3GB of RAM, 16GB of memory, a 13MP camera with OIS as well as the latest Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update. Additionally, it could offer up either a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor or the latest version of the Samsung Exynos 5 Octa process, both of which offer great power.
The Samsung Galaxy Note III is set to be officially announced on September 3 in Berlin, Germany just before IFA 2013 kicks off, it’s more than likely to be one of the company’s hottest devices to date.