The Galaxy S4, the hottest super-smartphone is selling like hot cakes with sales expected to break the 10 million mark next week, that combined with tremendous gains in marketshare allowed Samsung to grab a staggering 95% of the entire profits in the Android ecosystem in Q1 2013. – Yet the South Korean electronics giant isn’t yet done with its global domination; Samsung Electronics co-CEO Shin Jong-kyun has recently confirmed that their upcoming Galaxy Note III ‘phablet’ will pop out at the IFA show Berlin around September.
Samsung will debut the Galaxy Note III with a 5.9-inch non-flexible OLED screen, the monster phablet is expected to sport roughly the same Galaxy S4 design dress. As for whether that 5.9 inch screen will use traditional or unbreakable OLED technology, Shin says “more time will be needed” to make unbreakable displays.
“The Suwon, Gyeonggi Province-based outfit is developing the Note III with a 5.9-inch OLED display.” – The Note III will probably be advertised as a 6.0-inch device with the actual display in the 5.99-inch margin.
The source, Korea Times also notes that other “officials” also said that the Galaxy Note III would arrive at IFA 2013, although they haven’t been named.
The Note III specifications remain a mystery to this date but we are fairly certain that it’ll pack a beefier overclocked Exynos 5 Octa SoC coupled with 2GB of RAM.