The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 was rumored to have a release date as early as March 2013, according to a Samsung officials. Others pointed to a mid-June or July launch. Samsung held a press event in London on Thursday, June 20, so many figured they would announce the phone then and roll it out shortly—especially because we know the model number, SN-N900 and SN-N900J.
But it certainly seems that Samsung is having some difficulty rolling the phone out in a timely manner, as new rumors indicate delays. While it's possible that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 could launch earlier than the November release it got in the United States, there are currently no credible signs suggesting that Samsung will be announcing the device next week. First the device hasn't leaked in full just yet something that typically happens in the months ahead of a product's release. The Galaxy Note 3, while rumored, it is still more or less shrouded in secrecy. We don't expect the design to leak until just before the device arrives and given that we haven't seen it just yet, it's not likely to arrive next week. Why the difficulty? Well, it could be that Samsung has bitten off more than it can chew while attempting to roll out two models of the Galaxy Note 3 and at the same time working on various iterations of the Samsung Galaxy S4 (e.g., Active, Zoom). We've been hearing several rumors that Samsung will launch a couple versions of the Galaxy Note 3, one with a new Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor and another with a new Samsung Exynos 5420 processor.
The Note 3 will also reportedly include a 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 processor from Qualcomm, LTE, 802.1 lac W-Fi and a 5.99-inch 1080p display running Android 4.2.2/4.3. The Note 3 will be the most powerful in the world with an octa-core processor, eight-core GPU, 3GB of RAM, 5.99-inch full HD display and a 13 MP rear camera. It's worth keeping in mind that the Galaxy Note 3 will have the same advanced features as the Galaxy 54. It features a large screen, small bezel and rounded corners. Similar to the Galaxy 54, which is .03 inches narrower than its predecessor the Samsung Galaxy 53 but features a thinner bezel in order to incorporate a display that is .2 inches larger, the Galaxy Note 3 is expected to have a thinner bezel than seen on the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 in order to keep its overall size roughly the same.
When Samsung announced their new flagship Android handset, the Samsung Galaxy 54, they introduced a number of new features like eye tracking technology with Smart Pause and Smart Scroll.
These new Smart Pause and Smart Scroll features are also expected to be available in the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 when the device is launched.
All in all, we can expect the Galaxy Note 3 to show up once there are more detailed leaks.
Features of Samsung Note 3 :
- Qua'coma Snapdragon 800 processor (OctaCore)
- 4G LTE
- WiFi 802.11ac
- 5.99' screen with 1080p AMOLED Screen
- Android 42 2 and 4.3 OS
- 8 core GPU
- 3GB RAM
- 13MP rear camera