Samsung Galaxy Note 3 To The House Down, Not Intimidated by Rivals Including Moto X

A strong candidate within the Android market, the large-screen Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is expected to hit the market on September 4th. Among its competitor stands Moto X that’s a mid-range device, designed for price-sensitive market.

So which device surpasses the other? Let’s take a plunge into their territory to explore more.

Both the smartphones will be launched around the same time. Motorola has designed the Moto X, highly influenced by its parent company; Google. Certain reports indicate that the Motorola device will house two processors and many sensors including a voice-command feature. With 4.7-inch 720p display, the device will hold 1.7GHz dual-core processor, running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean software. With a 10-megapixel camera, the Moto X will house 2GB of RAM.

Considering the show-stealer here, the 5.9-inch full HD 1080p AMOLED screen Galaxy Note 3 will roll out with updated Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean software. Running 2.3GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, the Note 3 will hold 3GB of RAM, sporting a 13-megapixel camera and Samsung’s S-Pen. Certain rumors signify that we might see a waterproof Note 3.

Bearing the specifications of both the smartphones in mind, clearly the Note 3 surpasses the Moto X.

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Coming From The Horses Mouth: Samsung Glalaxy Note 3 To Rock The Boat of Smartphone Rulers

Coming straight from the horses’ mouth, in an interesting report, Samsung has disclosed the specifications of its forthcoming and much-anticipated Galaxy Note 3 that’s scheduled to roll out this year.

Since its making, the Galaxy Note 3 has always been hit with speculations regarding its details and specs.

In the UAPROF, Samsung has listed some of the specifications of two Galaxy Note 3 models including SM-N900A and SM-N900T.

Considering the report, the phablet will sport a 5.7-inch Full HD Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080.

Expected to ship with 3GB of RAM, the SM-900A model of Note 3 will head to the U.S., powered by a high-end 2.3GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. However, there’s not much written on the SM-N900T, but this model is anticipated to use an octa-core processor.

The Galaxy Note 3 will run the latest Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and will house the Samsung TouchWiz Nature UX overlay. The phablet will come packed with a 13-megapixel camera with optical hand shake correction to capture clear shots.

A successor to the Galaxy Note 2, this phablet might be unveiled by Samsung at IFA on September 6.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Calm Withing To Strike A Storm: Production to Commence in August

Scheduled for a September 2013 release, Samsung is expected to commence the mass production of its upcoming Galaxy Note 3 this August. The Korean manufacturer recently unveiled its flagship Galaxy S4, which saw the sunshine with over 10 million handsets sold within 30 days only.

The predecessor to the Note 3, the Galaxy Note 2 was launched in August last year in the Korean market, following other countries a month later. The success and fame of the Note 2 has raised users’ expectations, who now anticipate Samsung to roll out the Galaxy Note 3 with even better features and latest technology.

Certain reports indicate that the Galaxy Note 3 might hit the shelves sporting Android 4.3 Jelly Bean or even the Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie.

Anticipated to appear at the IFA Event in Berlin in September, all eyes are set on Samsung to see what next the Korean manufacturer will present in its impending Galaxy Note 3.… Read the rest

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Vs Apple iPhone 6: The Leaked Note 3 Image Sets The High Standard

Joining the league of speculations in the rumor mill, an alleged image has sparked off the latest rumor, suggesting the entry of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 in the market anytime soon.

Considering the leaked image, the Galaxy Note 3 will roll out with a 6-inch 1080p screen with round edges. However, precious leaks of the device suggested that it will sport straight edges. The image also shows the Galaxy Note 3 with narrow bezels on the handset.

The smartphone is expected to hold the Exynos 5 octa-core processor. Along with either a 13 or 16 megapixel primary camera, the device will hold Android 4.3 and possibly will roll out with a flexible screen.

However, whether the speculations turn out to be true or not will have to wait until Samsung takes covers off the Galaxy Note 3 either at the IFA in Berlin or maybe earlier.

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HTC One Max: The High Flyer Coming To Sink Samsung Galaxy Note 3

After the success of HTC One, HTC has regained its lost confidence in the smartphone market and now heading to compete with its biggest Android rival, Samsung. The company is planning to launch HTC T6 or HTC One Max around the same time as Samsung launches Galaxy Note 3 to keep up the momentum.

The dimensions, specs, and features of HTC One Max are also leaked and according to Mobileaks, the phablet will ship with Android 4.3. It further adds that Max will feature a 5.9-inch 1920 x 1080 Full HD display with very thin bezels to take on the Galaxy Note 3’s expected 5.9-inch display. This thin phablet will be 9.4mm thick and will also include the high-end anodized aluminum unibody case with a 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor whereas, the Galaxy Note 3 is expected to retain the same plastic casing Samsung is known for.

The Max will sport the high-quality front-facing BoomSound stereo speakers with Beats audio technology built in, as well as HTC’s Ultra Pixel camera and a large, non-removable 3,300-mAh battery to power the device.

HTC is all armed with latest features in Max and ready to battle against the present ruler of the phablet world, Samsung, and its upcoming Galaxy Note in September, the expected month of unveiling of both the phones.

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Will 2013 Mark the Way for 2 Variants of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3?

Samsung never fails to impress. Just few days after the release of the Galaxy S4 Mini, speculations are arising regarding the launch of the Galaxy Note 3 phablet in Q3, anytime between July to September, that too in two different variants.
Certain reports indicate that one version of the Note 3 will sport the Exynos 5 octa-core processor and the other will hold the Snapdragon 600.
This means that we might see the Galaxy Note 3 at the IFA 2013 in Berlin in August. If true, the Galaxy Note 3 will be pitted against the next-gen iPhone, which is also slated for September release.
Designed in a polycarbonate case, the Galaxy Note 3 is expected to have the same design as its predecessor, the Galaxy S4.
Sporting a 5.99-inch SAMOLED Full HD Display, the smartphone will boast an Exynos 5 Octa-Core (8-core) processor, Mali 450 (8 cores) GPU and 3GB RAM. However, some reports hint at 2GB of RAM and not 3GB.
The Galaxy Note 3 will also come loaded with Wi-Fi, NFC, LTE and Bluetooth.
Available in three storage variants (16GB, 32GB and 64GB), the device is expected to have an expandable memory option (up to 64GB).
Along with a 13-megapixel primary camera, the Galaxy Note 3 will run on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean (subject to Google launching the OS) or Android 4.2.2 with Samsung’s own TouchWiz Nature UX on top.
Well, we also hear that the Galaxy Note 3 could have a fingerprint scanner as speculated to be in Apple’s iPhone 6.… Read the rest

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HTC One Vs. Apple iPhone 6 Vs. Samsung Galaxy Note 3; Which is Your Pie?

 

 

 

With Apple’s iPhone 6 and Samsung Galaxy Note 3 slated for September release, we feel that HTC One should gear itself up for some tough competition as we hear the former bulls plan to lock horns with the latter.

With various innovative and top-notch smartphones hitting the spots, decision making has become a tedious task. With two new devices slated for release, Apple and Samsung might just make 2013 all the more interesting. Read on as we reflect upon three major devices of 2013 including HTC One, iPhone 6 and Samsung Galaxy Note 3 that are hard-to-miss devices.

So far, so good. Starting with HTC’s flagship the One, this Android-based device boasts of a 4.7-inch touchscreen with a full metallic body and a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. Running on 1.7 GHz Qualcomm APQ8064T Snapdragon 600 processor, this smartphone brags a 4-megapixel camera and has already tipped users off the board.

Coming down to Samsung’s next release- the Galaxy Note 3, the Android-based phablet is expected to sport a polycarbonate case. With a 5.99-inch SAMOLED Full HD display, the Note 3 is speculated to boast an Exynos 5 Octa-Core (8-core) processor, Mali 450 (8 cores) GPU and 3GB RAM. We also hear that the device is betting on a 13-megapixel camera.

However, Android may not be your only choice, as rumors are abuzz regarding Apple’s plans to uncover its iPhone 6 soon. Speculations surfacing around the iPhone 6 claim that the device might run iOS 7 and will have a 1080p full HD resolution. The next-gen iPhone 6 might claim a 4.8-inch screen with a 13-megapixel camera along with other top-most specifications.

With all the aesthetics, features and functionality, all three devices are top-notch. They are all like a pie in the sky, in just different flavors. Take your pick.… Read the rest

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Is Nexus 5 Set for September Release? Will It Be In Race With iPhone 6 and Galaxy Note 3?

Add another name to the list of September releases: Nexus 5, which certain reports suggest that Google will launch this year. However, the internet search giant remained lip tight at the Google 2013 I/O event and spilled no beans on the much-anticipated mobile operating system Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie and the next-gen Nexus 5 smartphone.

The predecessor to Nexus 5, the Nexus 4, which released last year in November, was made in collaboration with LG, only to stay ahead as one of the most popular and valuable Android smartphone till date.

Ever since the Nexus 4 was launched, there were supply issues surrounding the device. Low price, stylish look and innovative features made the Nexus 4 a success. The handset took quite a while to reach the shelves all around the globe. However, Google pushed its production process and therefore the device is now available on Google Play Stores in various markets. Starting May this year, the Nexus 4 is now officially available in India.

Considering other releases lined up for September, Apple is also likely to unveil the next-generation iPhone 6. September might also be the month for the launch of Samsung Galaxy Note 3.

In case Google also plans to disclose its Nexus 5 at about the same time, the search giant should be prepared for tough competition and must instill its next-gen device with top-end features to stay ahead in the race.

If you think the iPhone 5 and Galaxy Note 3 were big, Apple and Samsung might have even bigger plans for the future iPhone 6 and the Galaxy Note 3. And in that case, Google will have to pull out something even bigger and better than its competitors.

As such, no official announcement regarding the releases has been made by Google, Apple or Samsung. All we have to do is wait, until anything official is declared.

In case we see a September release for the Nexus 5, iPhone 6 or the Galaxy Note 3, which one will be your pick? Share your views with us.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Vs Nokia Lumia Phablet : Samsung Has A New Rival on The Block…

Nokia, the firm that once dominated the smartphone market, is now hoping to get back into the game by plunging into the tablet market in direct competition to Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 3. If we see more phablets coming up, Nokia is where most of the action will be. The Finland-based company recently launched new models of interesting smartphones. The intent was clear, to keep its head on the same level as rival Samsung.

However, certain reports indicate that Nokia won’t be launching the Nokia Lumia 6-inch Windows 8-powered phablet anytime before 2014. Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is scheduled to come out some time in between July and October this year, meaning that Nokia has a chance to be a competitor to Samsung as the former plans to launch its tab few months after the latter’ release.

We also hear that Nokia Lumia phablet will cost approximately in between $630 to $770. Recently, there were speculations that Nokia was the on the lookout for suppliers to create smartphones with a bigger screen.

Interestingly, it is believed that Nokia Lumia phablet will be launched with full HD resolutions, which makes it more feasible to be an alternative to Samsung Galaxy Note 3 that’s thought to come out with 1080p 5.9-inch Super AMOLED display.

Also the GDR3 update for the Windows phones will support quad-core processors, which means Nokia Lumia phablet will come with either a Snapdragon 600 or Snapdragon 800 CPU. This qualifies the Nokia phablet to be a direct competitor to the Exynos 5 Octa-powdered Samsung Galaxy Note 3.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 2: No Flexible Display, No Breakthrough…

When we broke the news about the Galaxy Note 3 coming with a flexible display last week, we warned you that it was just rumors we had heard. As of now, we’ve received confirmed information that Samsung could go the OLED way with the Galaxy Note 3’s 6-inch screen, instead of LCD.

Many believe that the company had originally intended to feature flexible displays in the Galaxy Note 3, but due to time constraints in rolling out the device by September during the IFA at Berlin, has ditched this and opted for OLED technology instead.

According to the website Oled-display.net, Samsung and LG won’t be able to manufacture devices with flexible displays so easily because the production time is much longer, which means fewer devices would be ready in the same period of time. While Samsung’s production line can create up to 24,000 sheets bases on 5.5G every month, LG can make about 8,000 sheets on its 4G production line currently. Flexible displays would require considerable investment to expand the production capacity.

But we guess Samsung fans would love even the more energy efficient and vibrant OLED displays on their Galaxy Note 3 phablets, just as long as they get their hands on them soon!

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