We were expecting a flurry of Lite devices to be launched by Samsung this quarter. One of these devices was announced yesterday in the form of the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite. We now have a glimpse of yet another underpowered variant of a popular flagship in the form of the Galaxy Note 3 Neo LTE. The smartphone has just made its way to the FCC for certification in the usual fashion. The Note 3 Neo LTE will reportedly break cover in the first quarter of the year with all hints pointing at an MWC time launch.
The smartphone will feature all the software features from the Galaxy Note 3, including the S-Pen features, but in a slightly smaller package. The Galaxy Note 3 Neo is reported to come with a 5.5 inch 720p display, a unique hexa core chipset (four 1.3 GHz cores + two 1.7 GHz cores), 16GB of internal storage with microSD expansion, 2GB of RAM, an 8MP camera, Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and a 3,100 mAh battery. The smartphone will reportedly feature the same faux leather back cover as seen on the Galaxy Note 3 smartphone. Pricing is expected to be somewhere close to $400 considering the hardware on board, which is pretty competitive for a modern phablet. The mention of LTE means that the smartphone could be launched in the U.S. through all four major carriers.
Via: Sam Mobile