Galaxy Note 3 Design From Samsung Could Be Ready For AT&T [RUMOR]
The Samsung Galaxy S4 announcement came and went. With that out of the way, all eyes can now turn toward the next biggest initiative from Samsung – the Galaxy Note 3.
As of now, everything is a rumor as far as the Note 3 is concerned. The only thing that can be said with some certainty is that the device will appear with bumped-up specifications. However, there are reports that Samsung will reveal the Galaxy Note 3 design to AT&T executives this week.
The Korea Times reports that it was told by Samsung’s “main parts supplier” that the Korean giant is currently set to show off the Galaxy Note 3 mockup at a “senior-level meeting with AT&T” in Suwon, South Korea.
The report says that Samsung will be showcasing a prototype of the Galaxy Note 3 to high level AT&T executives during the meeting in Seoul later this week. The officials will also discuss launch and marketing strategy for the new phablet.
“For now, Samsung will only show the design mock-up of Note 3, without any chips inside. The new phone will be similar in size to Galaxy Note 2 and will come with 1080p OLED display. Just like last year, Samsung will most likely announce Galaxy Note 3 in late August, before IFA trade-show in Berlin,” Unwiredview.com writes.
Currently, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is rumored to arrive with a 5.9-inch full HD 1080p OLED display, while earlier rumors pointed toward a massive 6.3-inch display, support for LTE, alongside an Exynos 5410 Octa-core processor.
Moreover, with the highly anticipated announcement of the next-generation Android refresh – Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie – rumored to take place at the upcoming Google I/O, rumors are rife that the device could also arrive with the new refresh out of the box.