The AT&T Galaxy Note 3 is reportedly going in front of AT&T executives in Korea this week during a meeting which may include a promotion and marketing strategy for the Galaxy Note 3.
These Samsung Galaxy Note 3 mock ups will reportedly show off the design of the Galaxy Note 2 successor, but will not include the actual technology such as the rumored Octa 5 processor.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Design & Display Rumors
According to the source, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 features a 5.9-inch display using OLED technology. The Galaxy Note 3 will reportedly feature an HD display, which given a late 2013 Galaxy Note 3 release estimate is likely a 1920 x 1080P full HD resolution.
We’ve previously heard rumors of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 display sized as large as 6.3-inches, and Samsung’s new game controller can support a device with up to a 6.3-inch display. That said, this source claims that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will not feature the larger display.
The source claims Samsung is planning a 6.3-inch budget phablet for a launch in early 2013. It’s not clear if this would also come with the Galaxy Note name attached. The 6.3-inch Samsung phablet will reportedly use a LCD display, not OLED like a flagship phone.
The source shares some details about the rumored Samsung Galaxy Note 3,
The Note3 should be the most-advanced phablet because it is going to use Samsung’s in-house octa-core processor and support Long-Term Evolution (LTE) technology, including the addition of various features, though discussions are still under way regarding what they should be
Given the timing of the rumored meeting, we could expect Samsung will show off a mock-up with the new polycarbonate material used in the Samsung Galaxy S4. the material is lighter and stronger than plastic previously used by Samsung.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Launch & Release Rumors
This same source divulged that Samsung plans to launch the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 at IFA in Berlin later this year, though the source cautions this is the earliest Samsung could launch the device. The article claims the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 launch event could take place in August at IFA, but the show does not start until September 4th this year, which would likely mean a September event a day ahead of IFA.
Samsung previously launched the Galaxy Note 2 at IFA in August of 2012. If Samsung follows tradition this could be the Samsung Unpacked 2013 Episode 2, following the Galaxy S4 launch which the company billed as Episode 1.
This timing would put a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 release on track for the fall. A global release is likely, followed by a U.S. Galaxy Note 3 release which could kick off on AT&T before trickling down to Sprint, Verizon and T-Mobile.
Stay tuned fo the latest Samsung Galaxy Note 3 rumors and news.