Samsung Mobile Unpacked event on 4/9 to showcase the Galaxy Note III?

The successor to the Galaxy Note II will appear on 4/9?

According to an internal page of Android Geeks, Samsung Mobile Unpacked event in Berlin on September 4 this year to showcase the Galaxy Note III. The event took place two days before the IFA 2013 and it officially started with the same tradition of Samsung in recent years. The source added that the invitation to confirm the occurrence of Note III will be sent to press "on a certain point in August." Note III is rumored that there will be two versions, one using the LCD screen, an OLED screen use. Both panels of the same size 5.7 "(some would say the news is exceeded 6") Full-HD resolution, Snapdragon processor Exynos 5 800 or Octa, supporting LTE-A. Samsung currently holds 5% of Wacom, the company famous for drawing graphic pen, so most likely S-Pen stylus on the Note III will be enhanced with many new features. A device suspected of Note III also appeared.

Note 3 will have a screen 5.99 "but if this picture is real then surely it must be greater than that number a lot. When placed next to S4, the Note 3 nearly half, ie the length falls at about 18cm. of course, since this is the prototype should be able to machine to another when released. they demonstrated that the machine is designed squarely than in Note 2, in accordance with the changes of the S4 and S3. part home button feature characteristic of Samsung in Note 3 have style slightly shadow of Note 2 to the contour stainless am not doing attractions color body as S4.
Source: Android Geeks

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