Right on top of the release of the Rose Gold color for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 for Verizon comes word that the Galaxy Note 3 "Neo" will be appearing on the market soon. This Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo device will work with an Exynos 5260 processor with 6x CPU cores, four clocked at 1.3Ghz and another two at 1.7Ghz. The display of this device is 5.5-inches with a resolution at 720 x 1280, coming in just under the size of the original Galaxy Note 3.
This week there's word on the expected range of dates for the Android 4.4 KitKat software update for the current and second-most recent set of Samsung Galaxy smartphones, including the Galaxy S III, Galaxy S4, and Galaxy Notes. This tip suggests that models GT-I9500, SM-N900, GT-I9300, and SM-N7100 will all be updated to Android 4.4 KitKat inside of 2014, with the newest set of devices seeing this update inside of January.
The Samsung Galaxy Note III has been all but confirmed by Samsung in an invitation to a September 4th event, and today's leak of a series of photos of the device's frontside display show what the machine is made of. What we've got here is a set of pictures photographed by eTrade Supply, they claiming the legitimacy of these images as the final piece of hardware we'll need to put the whole picture together. While it may seem that the 5.7-inch display of the Galaxy Note III is ready to roll, we'll still need to wait (on the other hand) for Samsung to give the full run-down on what next-generation software features this device will be appearing with right out of the box.
It's not often you get as much information on a top-tier release like Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note III well before its official reveal, but what we've got in abundance for this device is just that: essentially everything. The Galaxy Note III has been tipped this week by sources speaking with SamMobile for a launch and ship date immediately - or not long after - its reveal. The Samsung September 4th event the same week of IFA 2013 is all but confirmed to be the home of the first information on the device itself.
There's a bit of a split appearing this week in a set of leaked distribution lists for the upcoming release of the Samsung Galaxy Note III. This set of lists tipped by SamMobile has the device split into two major categories, the first of which is headed for the UK and a variety of European markets with a Samsung Exynos OCTA processor - an updated model, at that. Inside the USA, on the other hand, there'll be a Galaxy Note III with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor - just as expected.
While the final specifications for the Galaxy Note III - and indeed confirmation in kind that the device itself exists - must still come from Samsung, today we're taking the time to run down the numbers on boosts the Galaxy Note has likely received since last year. In the Samsung Galaxy Note II, we saw a change-over into the Samsung Galaxy S III universe of Nature-themed hardware and software along with a significantly improved bit of S Pen technology. Here we'll likely see less of a paradigm shift and more of an incremental update, much like the Galaxy S III vs the Galaxy S 4.
It won't be long now before we get to see the "next Galaxy", as it were, Samsung's next entry into the hero device market with what'll almost certainly be the Samsung Galaxy Note III. This device has been teased by Samsung earlier today in an event pre-invite, then again here closer to noon with an official invite. With a suggestion to "NOTE THE DATE", there's not much room for misunderstanding.
You'll be seeing a lot of Samsung Galaxy Note III tips and rumors over the next few weeks, (if this past week is any indicator), so in preparation, today's relative solidification of at least one model should provide a good basis for your exploratory readings. What you're going to see in the Samsung Galaxy Note III according to two sources speaking from across the pond this morning is a 5.7-inch panel with a lovely 1080 x 1920 pixel resolution - that's the same amount of pixels as the Samsung Galaxy S 4 spread out across a bit more screen real estate.
The next iteration of Samsung's Galaxy Note series has been one of the hottest topics in brand-specific forums over the past couple of weeks, with fans of the brand doubling up interest after a device-filled event held by the manufacturer brought on everything but. What we saw back then was glimpses of the machine - an implementation of the S-Pen here, another version of the Galaxy S 4 there, but the Galaxy Note III itself remained a mystery in a large way. Here several weeks before said device is tipped to premiere, rumors of specifications begin to flow.