While we wait eagerly for Samsung to unveil its new Galaxy Note 3 phablet, we’ve been keeping ourselves busy speculating what we could expect in this device. We earlier thought it would come with Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, but there’s still no word from Google on when the new OS would be launched.
According to the most recent rumors we’ve heard, the Galaxy Note 3 could be powered by the Samsung Exynos 5 octa-core processor and could have 3 GB of RAM. There could be at least a 13 MP rear camera, like the Galaxy S4, and a Mali 450 GPU. Given just how successful the Galaxy Note 2 has been in the market, we know for sure that Samsung will have to work extra hard with its successor.
For those of you dying to get your hands on the device, we’re guessing your prayers will be answered by sometime in August or September this year. Like the Galaxy Note 2 last year, this phablet could also be launched at the IFA in Berlin this year.
In terms of screen size, we’re hoping that the Galaxy Note 3 could be fitted with either a 5.99-inch screen or a 6.3-inch one. It could run on Android 4.2.2, unless Google launches the Android 5.0 before that.