A Korean website, MK News, has revealed the supposed specifications of upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 3, which is likely to be unveiled somewhere (most probably at IFA) in September this year.
According to the website, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will pack 5.7-inch display, latest Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, 3GB of RAM and Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will also come with the LTE-A support, which is not surprising considering the fact that we have already seen the LTE-A variant of S4.
The publication also claims that the Samsung is now all set to include 5.7-inch display (just 0.2-inch larger than Galaxy Note 2) in Samsung Galaxy Note 3, but the publication is still not sure what kind of display it will have. As per the earlier report, Samsung Galaxy Note 3 was rumoured to include 5.99-inch first plastic display.
So, if the specs revealed by the above mentioned publication are indeed true, then we are going to see a super and faster smartphone in the form of Galaxy Note 3 as 3GB RAM along with Android 4.3 included in the device will definitely boost and enhance the performance of the phone.
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