Now that the Galaxy S4 (Active, Mini, Zoom, and Google Play Editions) launches are all out of the way. It’s time to look forward to the Galaxy Note 3. It’s that big phone that none of us really thought we wanted it when it first launched in 2011. It then took the market by storm and Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 2 on all the carriers in the US and became one of the most popular devices around. Now Samsung is looking to top that this Summer, or early fall with the launch of the Galaxy Note 3.
We’re beginning to see more and more signs pointing to a Galaxy Note 3 unveil at IFA 2013, which is the same venue where Samsung announced the Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note 2 (along with the Galaxy Camera last year). So we pretty much knew it would be unveiled in Berlin. There’s a new report coming out of the Korea Herald that Samsung will not be holding a pre-IFA event for the Galaxy Note 3. Instead, Samsung will unveil the Galaxy Note 3 during IFA. Now IFA runs September 6-11th. Last year, Samsung used IFA to debut their Galaxy Note 2 at an Unpacked event.
We’re also hearing that the Galaxy Note 3 will feature a 5.7-inch Full HD display. Which we’ve heard from a few other sources as well in the past few weeks. So it’s starting to look more likely to see a 5.7-inch display instead of a 6.3-inch display which had been heavily rumored previously.
Right now, we’ve got about 2 more months before the Galaxy Note 3 is unveiled, and probably another 4-6 weeks before it goes on sale (at least in the US). So we’ll be seeing many more rumors and leaks about the device. In fact, we just reported on a rumor that Samsung will have 4 different models of the Galaxy Note 3.
How many of you are excited for the Galaxy Note 3? Let us know in the comments down below.