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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 to support 3GB RAM and LTE-Advanced networks


The recently leaked specifications of Samsung Galaxy Note 3 have revealed that the phablet is expected to sport 3GB of RAM and will also have support for 4G LTE-Advanced right out of the box.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 could be the next big thing to hit the smartphone market after its well-known predecessor – the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. Considering that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will have 3GB of RAM, it seems to be the only device to challenge the LG Optimus G2. The LG Optimus G2 is expected to be the next flagship device from LG that will also feature a 3GB of RAM and will work on 4G LTE-Advanced networks.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and the LG Optimus G2 appear to be promising and powerful, but they have not yet been officially announced by their respective manufacturers. Recently there has been a report from MyDrivers, a publication speaking with South Korean inside sources, which says that Samsung is working on the Note 3. The report also reveals that besides being better and faster than the Note 2, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will be slimmer and lighter too. The Note 3 is expected to be 8mm thick and will weigh below 180 grams.

As far as the screen size is concerned, the device is expected to have a 5.99-inch display as it was being suggested earlier. The Note 3 will have the same Full HD resolution as the Galaxy S4 (1920 x 1080 pixels), but it also means that it will have a slightly lesser pixel density.


Alike Samsung Galaxy S4, the Galaxy Note 3 will be available in two different variants. One will be powered by Samsung’s own Exynos 5 Octa-core chipset while the other will sport the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor. Both these variants are expected to be unveiled at the ‘Samsung Unpacked’ event, which is going to be held on upcoming September 4th.

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