A lite variant of Galaxy Note 3 (SM-N750) without LTE rumored to feature 720p display, Bluetooth 4.0 and Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.
It’s the beginning of the CES week, where we’ll see speculator new devices and technology innovations. One is the Galaxy Note 3 Lite that is reportedly slated for MWC 2014 next month.
While we’ve heard little about the phone before, a leak over the weekend has given us a more extensive sneak peak. A device model number: SM-N750 has appeared in Samsung’s user agent profile, which is rumored as a Galaxy Note 3 Lite variant without LTE.
The budget variant of the Galaxy Note 3 will sport a 720p display, most likely 5.49 inches as reported earlier. Unfortunately, it’s going to run Android 4.3 Jelly Bean rather the latest version Android 4.4 KitKat.
It’s believed that the mini version of Galaxy Note 3 will be powered by a dual-core or even quad-core mobile processor of ARM11 family coupled with 2GB of RAM.
In cameras, an 8-megapixel sensor is said to be fitted to the rear, accompanied by a standard front-facing camera. Other possible features include 32GB of internal memory, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0.
Following Mobile World Congress in late February, the Galaxy Note 3 Lite may go on sale during the fourth week of March.
Starting January 7, Samsung will be on the stage of the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, where we’re expecting the arrival of Galaxy Tab Pro and Galaxy Note Pro.
Will the Galaxy Note 3 Lite be the among the flagship products – the Galaxy S5 and the premium variant, rumored as Galaxy F – for the MWC 2014 event? We’ll find out very soon.