Samsung Galaxy Note 3 rumoured processor specs to impress
There is no doubting that the appeal for phablet devices is growing ever stronger with more handset manufacturers releasing hardware in a market that is arguably still led by Samsung, and now the rumoured Galaxy Note 3 processor and other specs will certainly impress if true.
In the last few days the rumour mill for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has certainly kicked into overdrive, as we have heard the company is supposedly looking at three different designs for the device that include flexible displays, and there is a small chance the device may include 4GB of RAM.
Now a previously reliable source has contacted SamMobile with some new information that includes the device using the Exynos 5 Octa Core processor along with an 8 core Mali 450 GPU taking care of the graphics. The rest of the device is claimed to include a 5.99-inch Full HD Super AMOLED display with a diamond pixel structure that is used on the Galaxy S4 and 3GB of RAM.
There will be the usual Samsung TouchWiz interface but with even more new features, and the size of the handset will come in at around the same as the Galaxy Mega 5.8 but with smaller bezels surrounding the display.
Again it is being suggested the final build hasn’t been decided yet so a flexible display is still possible, and the device will use a 13-megapixel rear camera that is likely to be the same as the Galaxy S4. The handset will either come running the Android 4.2.2 or 4.3 Jelly Bean operating system.
While the source is claimed to be reliable in the past it has to be remembered that until we hear something official there is no way of knowing if these rumours hold any water.
Based on these latest claims will you be rushing out to get the Samsung Galaxy Note 3?