While Samsung may be busy preparing for the entry of their latest flagship model, the Samsung Galaxy S4, into the market a lot of people are already looking forward to the launch of another of its devices. This is the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 which is expected to replace their Samsung Galaxy Note 2 model.
What do we know about the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 so far? Rumors say that it will have the largest display size in the series sporting in a 5.9 inch display capable of full HD 1080p resolution. It’s also reportedly going to be launching at IFA 2013 this September in Berlin.
A new rumor that has surfaced also says that the device will be using an unbreakable glass. This might actually be true as Samsung has been showing off its flexible OLED technology during the recently held CES 2013. A lot of people expected this new technology to be used in the S4 but we all know that hasn’t happened. Reports also say that the company will be using this technology this year and what better way to do so by using it in their upcoming Note 3 model.
This isn’t the first time that rumors have pointed to an unbreakable display to be used by the Note. When the Galaxy Note 2 was about to be launched there were also rumors spread that it would be featuring an unbreakable glass display. What makes the rumor this time around more believable is that the company debuted their flexible glass display alongside the Exynos 5 octa core processor during the S4 launch event.
Other speculated hardware specification of the upcoming Note is that it will be using an Exynos 5 Octa core processor. It’s also highly likely that it will be making its way to AT&T as high level executives of both companies met recently discussing this possibility.