The latest launch from the House of Samsung -the Galaxy Note 2, with its amazing features and high performance, has set the ball rolling for plenty of deliberations, rumors and talks about the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
Likely to be launched in the second half of 2013 there are rumors about its early release in the month of June. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 was supposed to be release at IFA Berlin in September along with a 32GB variant of the smart phone.
However, the recently launched Samsung Galaxy S4 has not managed to live up to the expectation of its users and is being rated as an 8GB Galaxy S4. Though it has a microSD card slot boasting of an internal storage space of 64GB, experts are finding the same “useless”.
Against the expectations of the consumers, the first units of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 were released in US with only 16GB variants. The same tizzy is happening over the features of the 16GB Samsung Galaxy S4. Users are hoping to receive a 32GB variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.Keeping aside the speculations, some of the noteworthy features of the yet-t-be-launched Samsung Galaxy Note 3 are a5.99-inch 1080p display, 3GB of RAM, Exynos 5 Octa processor, 13MP camera and Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie.
Under the circumstances, most market watchers feel that the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 would still be worth hanging on to—even after the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.