Tradition dictates that the latest Samsung Galaxy Note will launch at IFA in Berlin in Q3, and that’s exactly what we’re hearing today.
Supposedly the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 launch will go down on the opening day of IFA 2013, specifically September 4.
To be fair, that’s been the consensus for, well, ages, pretty much since the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 launch last year, though Android Geeks claims to have confirmation – unofficial, of course.
The first Samsung Galaxy Note arrived in August 2011, with what was at the time a frankly laughable (in terms of hugeness) 5.3in display. What was initially considered a niche product went on to sell millions of units, and paved the way for the massive 5in flagships you see today (including the Samsung Galaxy S4 and Sony Xperia Z).
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 proved even more popular, upping the display size marginally from 5.3in to 5.5in.
As for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, it’s expected to weigh in around the 6in mark, give or take a few tenths of an inch. Of course, the Samsung Galaxy Mega raised eyebrows recently with its monstrous 6.3in display.
Other rumoured Samsung Galaxy Note 3 specs include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 and/or Exynos 5 Octa processor (we could see regional variants, as with the Samsung Galaxy S4), 2GB of RAM, a 13MP rear camera (depending on component availability), and presumably whatever the latest version of Android happens to be at the time (Jelly Bean 4.3 or Key Lime Pie).