We’ve reported on numerous leaks starring the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo, which is a mid-range version of the high-end Galaxy Note 3 that mixes some Note II specs with a bit of modernization and the Note 3′s body and software. With a 5.55-inch 720p display, the world’s first hexa-core processor, 2GB of RAM and a 3,100 mAh battery, it’s definitely no slouch.
In fact, it was looking to be a great smartphone for those who didn’t want to pay a premium for the Note 3. It’s expected to be one of the cheapest smartphones in the Note series, and quite a few people were looking forward to picking one up. Unfortunately, it looks like Samsung won’t be releasing the device in the US or the UK. It’ll be a limited release in “select countries/regions.”
That’s really too bad, as it looked to be a good device if priced right. I guess we won’t be seeing any budget Note smartphones anytime soon, but you can always import one. Are any of you disappointed? Leave a comment!