With the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S4 Google Play edition launches out of the way, we can finally turn our attention to the next big device slated to launch in Samsung’s Note series of devices, the Galaxy Note 3.
It’s starting to look like Samsung will indeed unveil the Galaxy Note 3 at IFA 2013. Multiple rumors point towards the Berlin-based conference as the likely location. In the latest rumor, according to a recent report out of the Korea Herald, Samsung will not be holding a pre-IFA event to release the Galaxy Note 3. Instead, Samsung will announce the device during IFA, which runs from September 6 to 11. Last year, on August 29, Samsung used IFA to debut the Note 2 at an Unpacked event.
Also tied to the report of an IFA release is a rumored screen size of 5.7-inches with a full HD screen resolution. Evleaks tipped the same size several weeks ago, so this is starting to look likely. This size, 5.7-inches, makes perfect sense as the size for the Note 3. It fits right in-between the 5-inch Galaxy S4, and 6.3-inch Galaxy Mega. Besides a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED display, the Note 3 is rumored to launch with a Spandragon 800.
At this point, it looks like we’ve only got two months until the Note 3 is finally announced. With the success of the Note 2 behind it, the Note 3 will undoubtedly be a smash success this fall. If you haven’t considered a Note series device in the past, it may be worth another look this year. Note devices make special use of a Wacom
S Pen, and come highly recommended by Android and Me staff. Be on the lookout for more Galaxy Note 3 info as IFA approaches.