The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 launch is taking place on September 4th and there, we expect to hear all about the Galaxy Note 3 release date. Ahead of that launch, rumors suggest that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 release will take place in late September, at least in the United Kingdom.
In the build up to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 launch on September 4th in Berlin, Germany, we’ve heard quite a bit about the device. We know that it’s going to have a large 1080p display, likely 5.7-inches in size. We know that it will have a quad-core processor that is likely going to be supported by 3GB of RAM. We know Android 4.3 Jelly Bean is likely. We know that it could have a design based on the Galaxy S4. And we’re fairly certain that it’s going to be coming to a host of carriers in the United States.
There are, however, a few things that are still elusive ahead of launch. Those mysteries include the Galaxy Note 3 design, price, and yes, the Galaxy Note 3 release date.
Several weeks ago, we heard a rumor suggest that Samsung was looking to release the Galaxy Note 3 in late September, a window that has now been backed by another report from Geeky Gadgets who suggests that the Galaxy Note 3 release date will take place in late September.
That window is apparently for the United Kingdom which is often is among the first regions to get Samsung’s new devices. The information comes from a “reliable source” connected to a retailer and not Samsung so it should be taken with a grain of salt at this point.
Samsung has been working to move its release dates closer to its announcements. With the Galaxy S4, we saw it arrive just about a month after its announcement with the United States finally amongst the first regions. In the case of the Galaxy Note 2, we saw it emerge in late October and late November in the U.S. after a late August launch.
The Galaxy Note 3 is expected to replace the current Galaxy Note model, the Galaxy Note 2, and take on the likes of the iPhone 5S, HTC One Max and Sony Xperia Z Ultra.
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