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Samsung today not only announced that they were going to feature BlackBerry Messenger for Android on their own app store, but also sent out event invitations for the long awaited launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note III, along with a mighty ‘cryptic’ teaser.
The invitation pictures three boxes showing the date and noting the September 4 Unpacked event, with a block stating that we should “Note the date,” obvious hints going straight into the directions of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note III, which may very well be this year’s hottest oversized phone. Many supposed leaks and rumours have been flying around regarding the device, but let’s just state the likeliest. The Galaxy Note III will feature a larger 1080p screen, it will more than likely feature a Exynos 5 Octa SoC, it will come with a S Pen, it will have more bloatware than the Samsung Galaxy S4 did, are we close yet? The Samsung Galaxy Note III will undoubtedly face a lot of strong competition especially with Huawei’s low cost Ascend Mate, up to the upcoming HTC One Max.
The Samsung Galaxy Note III may be very hot, so mark that date people, September 4, 2013 in Berlin, Germany. The best part is; you can watch the livestream right out of the comfort of your home!
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.
The upcoming ‘phablet’ superstar from the brand who made the ‘phablet’ cool has finally gotten a launch date after months of rumours and speculation.
With a row of Samsung leaks as of late, we would not be surprised if this is legit, but the Samsung Galaxy Note III or a prototype thereof has been leaked; the bottom line is that it looks plain terrible.
Samsung started the ‘phablet’ revolution and as the trend continues to grow, it seems fitting that Samsung continues their efforts in that area. This year’s flagship ‘phablet’, the Samsung Galaxy Note III still has quite a way to go and according to recent rumours, AT&T executives will catch a glimpse of the device later this week.