SamMobile has once again been informed by their reliable tipster about what goes inside the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. And based from what their informant said, it seems that the South Korean firm’s upcoming phablet is not gonna be a pushover.
According to the report, the SGN3’s engine will sport a total of 16-cores; a pair of quad-core processor from the CPU side (Exynos 5 Octa) and another 8 cores for the GPU (Mali 450). This is believed to be backed by a 3GB RAM which, if turns out to be true, is going to be the highest RAM in a smartphone.
The handset is said to run on the latest version of Android which will be displayed on a 5.99-inch S-AMOLED 1080p screen. It’ll also have a 13MP main camera that is more likely to be the same one as the one found on the Galaxy S4.
Of course, a handset with such configuration would require a humongous battery. Although the capacity wasn’t specified, the site claims that we can probably expect a bigger battery than the current Galaxy Note which is rated at 3100mAh.
This year’s IFA in Berlin is believed to be the time and place where the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will make its first official debut. If we’re fortunate enough, we’ll be on site to cover the launch so stay tuned for that.