It’s largely accepted that the South Koreans are working on a Samsung Galaxy Note 3, and now we’re told that it’ll have a significantly meaty battery.
Specifically, according to phoneArena, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will be powered by a 3,450mAh juice unit, making it the largest battery in a Samsung smartphone/phablet to date.
Uhm, not including the outrageous Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0, which is clearly way more tablet than it is phone.
The original Samsung Galaxy Note had a 2,500mAh battery, while the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 weighed in with 3,100mAh. The Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 is worth a mention too, at 3,200mAh.
Of course, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will be pretty demanding on the old spec front. The 3,450mAh battery will supposedly power a 5.7in 1080p display (and possibly two further sizes), Exynos 5 Octa processor, and as much as 3GB of RAM.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 launch will almost certainly go down at IFA 2013 in Berlin, which gets underway in just under four weeks. If that’s not enough to whet your appetite, it might possibly maybe be joined by the 20MP Sony "Honami" Xperia i1 and the 5.9in HTC One Max.