Samsung's Galaxy Note Lite LTE Could come in Green As Well

We've heard a lot about the Galaxy Note Lite and the Galaxy Note Pro. Now we're hearing from SamMobile that we might be seeing the Galaxy Note Lite LTE available in Green. It's slated for week 12 of 2014, which is the end of March. It's reported that the LTE version of the Galaxy Note Lite is going to sport the model number SM-N7505, while the non-LTE version is the SM-N7500 may come  in green. Which we've seen these model numbers floating around for a while.

It's still not really clear what features or even the specs of the Galaxy Note Lite. But I'm willing to bet it'll be lesser spec'd than the Galaxy Note 3. Closer to what the Galaxy Mega was. It was basically a large mid-range device. Which might be perfect for a lot of people. Rumors about the Galaxy Note Lite include a 5.7-inch LCD display and a 8MP rear-facing camera. Since the Galaxy Note Lite is supposedly going to have a pretty cheap price tag, supposedly cheaper than the Galaxy Note 2 even, I'd expect it to have an older Snapdragon processor. Hopefully the quad-core Snapdragon 400. But at this point, it could even be the Snapdragon 600 as it's kind of old now.

Reportedly, Samsung is looking to manufacture about 1.5 million Galaxy Note Lite units between now and February 2014. So obviously they aren't looking to sell a whole lot of these since Samsung has sold 10 million Galaxy Note 3's in just two months. With them manufacturing 1.5 million units by February, that highly suggests we'll see an announcement at Mobile World Congress in February in Barcelona, Spain. But at this point, anything is possible. There's also rumors that the Galaxy Grand Lite is being announced at Mobile World Congress as well.

How many of you are looking forward to Samsung making the Galaxy Note Lite go official in the next couple of months? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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