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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 coming this year at the IFA


After the launch event of the Samsung Galaxy S4, the company seems to be in the preparations for the launch event of another flagship device – the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.

Samsung has been one of the most active companies in the world of smartphones and tablets this year. The company has already announced the 8-inch tablet – the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 at the Mobile World Congress and the successor to the Galaxy S3 – the Samsung Galaxy S4 at a special event in New York. Now, the company might start focusing on the next big release Galaxy Note 3 which will be the successor to the popular phablet from the company which is the Samsung Galaxy Note 2.

Samsung has not given out any official update about the company’s plans of releasing the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, but we have had a lot of trusted sources talking about the same. Trusted sources Korean Times and SamMobile say that Samsung is planning the unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 at the IFA event which will be held in Berlin this year. The IFA or Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin is one of the oldest industrial exhibitions where we might get to the see the Galaxy Note 3 this year. The event will be held from the 6th of September through the 11th of September in Berlin, Germany.

Rumors indicate that the new Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will have an even bigger screen as compared to the Galaxy Note 2. So the Note 3 is expected to have a 5.9-inch OLED display and the new Exynos 5 octal-core processor that is present in the Samsung Galaxy S4. There are possibilities that even the Note 3 might come with a quad-core processor like in case of the S4. We personally hope that Samsung comes up with a single Note 3 that too with the Exynos 5 chipset. Who does not want to use the Exynos chipset?

All this being said, we still do not know for sure if Samsung will be announcing the Galaxy Note 3 at the IFA this year.

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