Samsung Galaxy Note 3 what to expect?



The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is just hours away from the official unveiling at the IFA 2013 in Berlin and possible new features that await the new phablet are already streaming in and without a doubt there wouldn’t be a major deviation. A series of leaks have flooded the social space over the past month some of which we covered starting from the country distribution list right to the front panel leaks .

Straight into the specs, Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will come with a 1080P HD display, S Pen apps, fingerprint reader, 3GB of RAM, 13-megapixel rear camera, 32/64GB storage and a microSD slot, 3,450mAh battery and Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. The device will reportedly support 4K recording and high-quality audio playback. Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will have a 2.3 GHz quad-core processor and will be powered by either Snapdragon 800 processor or Exynos 5 Octa 5420 chip dictated by the country distribution list as reported earlier . The battery life should be worry of the past as the new Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is promising a 10 hr battery life that without a doubt will give users the needed working time to enjoy its new features.

A little look into some of its new smart features, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 new S Pen features will include SPenSdk3.apk that is a new version under the S Pen development kit an improvement from the current S Pen SDK 2.3 that is in use in the Note and Note 2.The capabilities of the new S Pen is yet to be uncovered but we expect it to work better than its previous capabilities. The new addition to features is the fingerprint reader that is to beef up the security to the new Samsung Galaxy Note 3 seen as a lift from the Galaxy Note 3 fingerprint sensor and a new twist to Smartphone security. A remote control feature is not a new comer as previous versions of the Samsung Galaxy line have incorporated it making the new addition be a wider range of the television list and a better user experience in launching the app. One other important app that is expected to be bagged may include Find my Galaxy App that is seen a Samsung’s version of the famous Android app “Find ,my phone app” .

Whatever comes out of the dubbed Samsung Unpacked Episode 2 event in Berlin on September 4, you are sure to catch the new updates and more detailed coverage when it comes to specs as soon as the new Samsung Galaxy Note 3 makes its debut.