Just like Samsung’s flagship smartphone the Galaxy S4, Samsung’s next edition of the Galaxy Note phablet will indeed be coming in two different processors – one will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor and another will come with Samsung’s Exynos 5 Octa-core processor.
As rumors of the details of the Galaxy Note 3 intensify all over the net, some of the earlier rumors are being confirmed, just like the processors details. According to the folks at SamMobile, the 5.68 inch Galaxy Note phablet will certainly have either the Exynos 5 processor or a 2.3 GHz processor made by Qualcomm but we have been told that both variants of the phablet will have 3 GB of RAM. Based solely on these two details, this will be one mighty beast.
Samsung is expected to launch the Note 3 on September 4th, but at the rate that the device’s images, specs and other details are emerging, it is likely we will know almost everything there is to know about the device before its launch in almost three weeks’ time. Previous leaks including reports and benchmark results had shown that the device may have only the Qualcomm processor but aren’t we glad this is not the case!
If you haven’t been closely following the rumor developments about the Note 3, you should know that it comes with a full HD display, Android 4.3 Jelly Bean out-of-the-box. If you are not in the US and are looking forward to buying the Note 3 locally when it is available, you can check now whether you will be getting the 3G Samsung Exynos 5 or the LTE octa-core version on this post. You can check out other specs and details that leaked earlier in the month including this.