Samsung Galaxy Note 3 rumours

The Samsung Galaxy Note series is a big success and the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is expected to release by the end of 2013. Rumours about the size of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 indicate that it will even bigger. Samsung executive J.K. Shin has confirmed the Galaxy Note 3 will come with 5.9-inch OLED display.As the times goes by,rumors about this “phablet” go on to pop-up at an accelerated rate.

Are you a Galaxy Note fan? Are you thinking about becoming a Note 3 owner? If that’s the case, you might want to know something about the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.

Release date

When it comes to a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 release date the trail is quite cold at the moment with “later this year” all we need to go on for now.

Samsung executive J.K. Shin has stated the Note 3 will come to IFA in September, despite the fact that we’re still waiting on an official comment from Samsung itself.

This would necessarily mean that the Galaxy Note 3 would possibly hit stores about October if previous cycles are maintained – but provided the Samsung Galaxy S4 emerged earlier this year, could the same trick be repeated for the Note 3?
A different report indicates something rather different however, tipping the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 release date for July or August – though we’d be amazed if the Korean firm didn’t watch for IFA in September.


Some sources state it could have an even larger 6.3in screen. If real, this could take it up to near-tablet status, as several leading technology businesses already have 7-inch tablets available, such as Google (Nexus 7) and Apple (iPad Mini). The oversized display will apparently additionally have a 1080p (1,920×1,080) resolution, the Korea Times reports.

Nevertheless, another source talking to the same paper stated that the Note 3 will instead possess a smaller 5.9in screen, which puts it securely in phablet instead of tablet territory. Nevertheless, this is still considerably larger than the 5.5in screen on the Galaxy Note 2.

Yet, more current information from SamMobile suggests the Galaxy Note 3 possess a 5.99in screen with a Total HD (1,920×1,080) resolution. Based on the report, the Note 3 will possess a thinner bezel, therefore it will be the same size the Galaxy Mega 5.8, only with a bigger screen.

 Operating System

We could bequite sure that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will roll up running Google’s Android platform, but which specific version that will certainly be is not so black and white.

Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie is predicted to be introduced at Google’s IO event in May, potentially along with the Nexus 5 – which would put the Note 3 in the operating to also release with the newest version of the program.

The newest reports now point towards the Note 3 running Android 4.3 – an up-to-date version of Jelly Bean which may come to Google IO ahead of a delayed Key Lime Pie.


Samsung has revealed its octa-core Exynos 5 chip, with 8 processor cores. Designed as a replacement for the Eyxnos 4 quad-core chip powering the Samsung Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2 products, and an improve to the Exynos 5 Dual based in the Samsung-manufactured but Google-branded Nexus 10 tablet, the Exynos 5 Octa promises significant increases in performance and power usage.

The newest information indicates that the octa-core Exynos 5 processor will certainly be in the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Nevertheless, that doesn’t mean that it will be accessible world-wide. Although the Exynos 5 CPU was released with the Galaxy S4, the UK instead got a standard quad-core processor instead. The causes for this aren’t precisely clear, but it might be that Samsung follows a related pattern with the Galaxy Note 3, rolling out the octa-core version in some countries, although others will get a quick quad-core chip instead.