The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 makes another appearance on the Samsung website just weeks ahead of the expected Galaxy note 3 launch event on September 4th at IFA 2013 in Germany.
While the overall design of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 remains a closely guarded secret the Samsung Galaxy Note III or Samsung Galaxy Note 3 name is not.
Earlier this year a user agent on the Samsung Mobile website outed the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 with a UAProf for an expected Galaxy Note 3 model number, pointing to a 1080P HD display.
At this point, after telling fans to “Note the date.” on the Samsung Mobile Unpacked Episode 2 event invite, the Galaxy Note 3 is all but confirmed and on the way, but over the weekend the Galaxy Note 3 appeared online on Samsung once again.
Android Central discovered numerous uses of the Samsung Galaxy Note III name inside an instruction manual for the Samsung SideSync software. This software is already showcased in some areas, but the Galaxy Note III name is noteworthy.
This document uses the Galaxy Note III name, which continues the Galaxy Note II tradition, but skips on a numeral like the Samsung Galaxy S4. Whatever Samsung officially calls the new Galaxy Note, we expect consumers will focus on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 name, just as Galaxy Note 2 was adopted by users.
As expected Samsung is preparing a number of documents and webpages for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 3 launch and it looks like the Samsung SideSync software is going to be pre-installed in the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. This software allows users to put the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 display on a computer. The video below shows Samsung SideSync in action with a Samsung Galaxy S4.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is expected to make an appearance on September 4th, possibly alongside a Samsung Gear Smartwatch. Well placed rumors point to a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 release date before the end of September in Germany, which could mean a late September or early October U.S. Samsung Galaxy Note 3 release date.
The latest details claim Samsung is working on Android 4.3 for the Note 3, which will very likely come with a TouchWiz overlay and numerous Samsung-only features like the eye-control and motion-control features on the Samsung Galaxy S4. Users can also expect a Galaxy Note 3 with a S Pen that should include special features as well. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will also likely feature a multi-window feature that lets users control multiple apps on-screen at once, a popular Galaxy Note 2 feature.
There is little known about the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 design, but the Galaxy Note 3 features are coming together with several leaks lining up in terms of what users can expect under the hood.
- 5.7-inch 1080P Display
- Samsung Exynos Octa 5 Processor or Snapdragon 800 Processor
- 3GB RAM
- 13 MP camera
- S Pen
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is reportedly on the way to AT&T, Sprint, Verizon and T-Mobile in the U.S. AT&T will likely be one of the first carriers to delivery the Galaxy Note 3 to users, and Verizon could be on e of the last to offer the Galaxy Note 3 in the U.S.