According to the Korean news website ETNews, Samsung might be developing four different variants of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3,
that possibly sport different screen size and camera components. The new Android phablet is expected to be unveiled at the end of this summer, although Samsung has not yet confirmed anything about it.
The top model of Galaxy Note 3 would be distributed as a limited edition because of the high end specs, and it seems to have a 13 megapixel camera and an unbreakable AMOLED display. The second variant would maintain the same camera
and it is supposed to feature a classic AMOLED screen — and for sure — not tough enough.
For the third variant, Samsung has decided to opt a LCD screen with the same 13 megapixel camera while the fourth model would have an 8 megapixel camera and LCD. The final variant is also expected to be cheaper than the rest and will be accessible to all range of consumers.
According to the previous rumors, the Galaxy Note 3
is expected to have a 5.9-inch display with full-HD resolution (1920×1080 pixels), a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset clocked at 2.3GHz with 3GB of RAM and will go head to head with LG G2, which is also rumored to have 3GB of RAM. The Note 3 will measure 8mm in thickness and weighs below 180grams, and will work with 4G LTE-Advanced networks.
The South Korean company is opting such a strategy may be due to lack of availability of the top line components, especially the unbreakable AMOLED display. Possibly, Samsung would really want to offer different options to consumers, rather than incurring problems of supply of the elements.
This move would follow the footprints of Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S4, which is currently available in two variants, one with Qualcomm Snapdragon processor while the other with Exynos 5 Octa.