Samsung Galaxy Note III: What We Know So Far

Samsung’s newest flagship phablet is expected to debut at this year’s IFA at Berlin, Germany but there are already a number of details that have managed to slip through the cracks to the point that tech experts and Samsung fans now have an idea of what the handset will be like and what features it will most likely have upon launch.

 

Samsung’s newest flagship phablet is expected to debut at this year’s IFA at Berlin, Germany but there are already a number of details that have managed to slip through the cracks to the point that tech experts and Samsung fans now have an idea of what the handset will be like and what features it will most likely have upon launch.

But for those of you who weren’t able to follow all the leaks and rumours surrounding the Galaxy Note III, we’ve compiled all the details about this highly anticipated device for you to check out.

According to reports, the Galaxy Note III will have a Super AMOLED display that is at the very least 5.6 inches in size and with 1080p resolution. There are also rumours that Samsung will be using a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chip for the Note III instead of its own Exynos chip although that information is still uncertain.

The phone is also said to have 3GB of RAM and will come in LTE connectivity. A 13MP camera will sit at the back of the device, which will let the camera record 4K videos, Moreover, there are reports that have indicated that the Galaxy Note III will have high-quality audio playback which supports 24-bit/192KHZ sound compared to the 16-bit audio used in other Galaxy smart phones.

Lastly, according to rumours, the phablet will be up for pre-order in Taiwan on September 16, a mere two weeks after IFA. It will then go on sale by September 27.

 

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