Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 is one of the most anticipated phablets ever, and while the company is keeping tight lips on anything official about the device, the leaks and rumors just keep pouring in. This morning, AndroidGeeks is reporting that a source very close to the matter has confirmed that the Galaxy Note 3 will be releasing to the public on September 4.
The reveal is said to be taking place at a special Samsung Unpacked event being held in Berlin, Germany. The event will be held during the IFA 2013 conference and the date seems to fall into the "Media Preview" days of the show on the 4th and 5th. Samsung has a history of launching it's Galaxy Note devices during the IFA conference, so this whole rumor is sounding very plausible.
Recent rumors and leaks have listed the Galaxy Note 3 as having a 5.9-inch screen along side a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor and possibly a high resolution camera in the 15-megapixel range. At 5.9-inches, the Note 3 has a smaller footprint than Sony's recently released Xperia X Ultra, which has a 6.44-inch screen and even smaller than Samsung's Galaxy Mega, which boasts a 6.3-inch display.
Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 11:37 am CDT
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