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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Will Offer Slimmer And Sleeker Design

Even though the Samsung Galaxy “S-series” is appropriately regarded as Samsung’s flagship range, the Samsung’s Galaxy Note(Phablet) has climbed to popularity in the last few years, making a brand new market place of top quality devices with extremely large displays. As Galaxy Note-II was perfectly received when initially released to the second stages of year 2012, and with Galaxy S4 now nicely into its life-cycle, emphasis on the 3rd Note may be strong while in the last couple of months. The present word on the internet is that Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will offer slimmer and sleeker design than previous, with 3GB of RAM bundled into both the 3G-only and 4G LTE variants.

It has very long since been thought that the Samsung will launch two various models of Galaxy Note 3, with the earlier details indicating that the Note 3 3G model would present 2GB RAM, and for LTE variant, it was claimed that will offer 3GB of RAM to maintain things efficiently, but now it appears that both the models will have the same memory.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Will Offer Slimmer And Sleeker Design

Along with the 3GB of RAM, the Samsung Galaxy Note III will apparently gauge with a only 8mm depth, with a weight of a 183 grams only. Even though this is certainly the same as the Galaxy Note II, it does cut off 1.4mm thickness of the existing model, and even though that might not look much in the awesome things, but in the smart-phone terminology, it is a recognizable distinction. It has been claimed, that this new Samsung Galaxy Note III might be put on show near to September 4th.

Along with slimmer body, a lot of RAM and even display real-estate to go with, the Galaxy Note III might also pack in the similar “octa-core” chip applied in Samsung Galaxy S4. Samsung is very regarded to switch the hardware among the two major devices, so this may not be a huge surprise. But we are to some extent convinced that the Samsung can do new things in processor department, at the least.

Whatsoever, we will continue to keep you updated via iPho9.com, so be sure to stay tuned for more coverage.

(via: SamMobile)