Samsung Galaxy Note 3 could arrive in September
Samsung’s follow up to the massive Note 2 may happen by September.
Samsung fans, listen up: a new Galaxy Note 3 phone might be right around
the corner. A new report claims the latest phablet device from the
Korean tech giant could become a reality in September.
Samsung certainly has made a lot of noise about its newest Galaxy S4
superphone, but another of its popular gadget lines, the Galaxy Note
franchise, is sorely overdue for a refresh. Now it appears a Note 3
model is in the works. If sources close to technology blog Android Geeks are legit
, the Note 3 is slated to make an entrance by September of this year.
You may recall that the original Galaxy Note
first shook up the mobile device market back in early 2012. Its
gargantuan 5.3-inch screen and S Pen stylus were serious head-turners.
Less than a year later Sammy doubled down with the Note 2, which added quad-core processing and an even bigger display (5.5-inch) to the mix.
Like its predecessor, the Note 3 may go larger still, offering a
screen measuring 5.7, 5.8, or possibly 6 inches or more. Instead of the
8MP camera sensor the Note 2 now packs, the Note 3 will likely feature a
sharper 13MP camera swapped in from the
The question remains whether a handset of such mammoth proportions
really qualifies as a phone at all and has crossed the line into true
tablet territory. Of course, I said the same thing about the first Samsung Galaxy Note as well.