Report: Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 Enters Limited Production – Headed for a Fall Release
Report has it that the Galaxy Note 3 is entering limited production right now. According to TechTastic, which has published a portion of a leaked internal document it claims is showing a list of several upcoming Samsung devices that are being built right now for some internal testing. Samsung’s research and development division will be testing out the device.
TechTastic is also reporting that the Galaxy Note 3 will be carrying model number SM-N900 and will also feature a Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor clocked at 2.3GHz, along with a 6-inch full HD Super AMOLED display, 13MP camera along with Android 4.2.2. Many people are hoping that the Galaxy Note 3 will feature the Exynos 5420 processor which would be the successor to the Exynos 5 Octa in the Galaxy S4. Which does support LTE, so it would work great here in the US and in other LTE markets.
According to the image, well document, shown above. It looks like Samsung is also testing the second generation Galaxy Camera, and another Galaxy S4 variant SHV-E330S, which we actually saw pass through the benchmarking site AnTuTu over the weekend with a Snapdragon 800 processor. Now why it has a Snapdragon 800, we have no idea.
As usual, it looks like Samsung is pumping out devices faster than they can announce them. But is that always a bad thing? As long as they can keep them updated in a timely fashion, I’m fine with Samsung pushing out new devices everyday. In the long run, it just means more profit for them. Unless people just aren’t buying anything other than the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note lines. Personally, I’m excited for the Galaxy Note 3. I used the Galaxy Note for a bit and really liked it, but decided to stick to my Nexus 4 until the next version. Now I’m really excited for the Note 3 and to see what kind of battery life it’ll have. How many of you are excited for the Galaxy Note 3?
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