The Galaxy S4 was released back in April, but many Samsung fans are still waiting patiently for the Galaxy Note 3 to arrive. If you’re waiting on the bigger, stylus-packing phablet to make your next purchase, mark September 4 on your calendar.
That’s when Samsung will be announcing the Galaxy Note 3, according to a Korean media report. It’s a date that makes sense when you look back at Samsung’s two previous Note reveals.
Both were on display at the IFA trade show in Berlin — the original Note in 2011 and its successor in 2012. The fourth is actually two days before the show officially kicks off, but alone doesn’t make the prediction any less believable.
The Galaxy Note 2 was unveiled the day before IFA last year, giving Samsung a little time by itself in the spotlight. There’s every reason to believe the company would follow the same plan this year –and for months tech pundits have been musing that’s when the Galaxy Note 3 would finally break cover.
We’ve already seen rumored specs of the new Note, too. Originally thought to have a 6.3-inch display, it’s more likely to arrive with a 5.7-inch, 1080p AMOLED screen. A Snapdragon 800 chip, 13MP camera (possibly with 3x optical zoom), and Android 4.3 may also be in the mix.
The Note 3 won’t be the only device Samsung has on hand, either. The same Korean report says that the company’s oft-rumored smartwatch will make an appearance, too. By the time IFA 2013 rolls around, Apple might be ready to show off its first wearable.
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