We’ve been bringing readers news and leaks on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, expected to be the next flagship device release for the giant manufacturer. This is due later this year, probably heading for a fall release and if you’ve been trying to keep up with all the rumors it can be difficult with so many sources. However we came across a short and sweet video summary of leaked & rumored specs, which also gives a look at various Galaxy Note 3 concept designs and we thought we’d share it with you. Along with this we’d like to know what would be the deal breaker for you on the next Galaxy Note?
While some of the rumors we’ve brought you are mentioned again on this video summary it’s convenient to have a shot of everything all at once. It’s also interesting to see some of the Galaxy Note 3 concept looks from designers and we wonder if any of the creations shown on the video are designs that you would like to see for the real deal?
The release date has not been confirmed but this video compiler mentions a September release, around the same time as the iPhone 5S is expected. As for specs, as a brief recap there have been rumblings of a 5.9-inch full HD Super AMOLED display, 13-megapixel camera, Octa-core processor, Mali 450 GPU, 3GB of RAM, and Android 4.3 or 5.0 Key Lime Pie skinned with TouchWiz.
A flexible display has been speculated many times but at this point it’s difficult to predict anything as far as this is concerned. A good point is raised at the conclusion of the video regarding whether, if these specs are accurate, consumers will find it worthwhile upgrading from the Galaxy Note 2 and we’d really like to hear from our readers regarding this. Also if you’d like to check out some of our previous Galaxy Note 3 articles head here.
Are you one of the many enthusiasts of the Galaxy Note 2 and are you considering upgrading to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 when it appears? What for you would be a deal breaker on this? Check out the video below and then please head back to us with your comments as we always appreciate views from our readers.