Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Release Inches Closer
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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Release Inches Closer



The international version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is believed to be called the SM-N900 and that variant seems to have moved closer to launch as it has been spotted passing through a certification in Indonesia, a sign that the Galaxy Note 3 release has inched closer.

While the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 launch isn’t expected to arrive until early September, ahead of the IFA trade show in Berlin, Germany, we’ve already seen the device leak out in a heap of rumors ahead of its arrival. The device is expected to possess a 5.7-inch 1080p display, quad-core processor either of the Exynos 5 or Qualcomm 800 caliber, a 13MP camera, and a design that mirrors the Galaxy S4. There are rumors that Samsung could be planning several different variants of the Galaxy Note 3, including cheap and premium devices, though that remains uncertain.

Read: Samsung Galaxy Note 3 U.S. Carriers Rumored.

The Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy S4. Rumors point to a Galaxy Note 3 with a larger display and 1080P HD resolution.

The Galaxy Note 3 release appears to have inched closer.

The Galaxy Note 3’s features remain a bit of a puzzle but the device’s launch puzzle appears to have been solved. The Galaxy Note 3 is widely expected to debut at an Unpacked event ahead of IFA 2013 which begins on September 6th. The device itself has been rumored for a release sometime in late September though no dates have been mentioned. And while a specific date remains unclear, it’s becoming clear that we are indeed getting closer to a Galaxy Note 3 release.

Samsung’s international variant of the Galaxy Note 3 is expected to come with a model number SM-N900 and it’s that model that has been spotted by Blog of Mobile passing through a certification in Indonesia. The filing, discovered within the country’s POSTEL certification body, doesn’t reveal much but it is a sign that things could be progressing with the Galaxy Note 3.

This is the first certification we’ve seen for the Galaxy Note 3 though it certainly won’t be the last. Devices typically see several different certifications before they are released and this certification in Indonesia is just one of hundreds that it will need to pass before it is released.

The Galaxy Note 3 is rumored to have several different model numbers, with several leaking out already. Here is how they breakdown at the moment.

  • SM-N900 – International version based on Samsung Exynos SoC
  • SM-N9005 – International version based on Snapdragon SoC (Possibly Snapdragon 800)
  • SM-N900A – AT&T Galaxy Note 3
  • SM-N900T – T-Mobile Galaxy Note 3
  • SM-N900V – Verizon Galaxy Note 3
  • SM-N900S – Sprint Galaxy Note 3
  • SM-N900R4 – Unknown
  • SM-N900P – Unknown

AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon have yet to confirm the Galaxy Note 3 though that should change in the weeks ahead as they look to offer the next-generation phablet.



  1. ukandroid

    07/15/2013 at 11:12 am

    I really hope they don’t spoil it by only having a meagre 16Gb version available here in Europe. I know that I can use a card but internal memory is far faster to access and more convenient – plus I still have the option for a card if I want.

    I know Samsung lost a lot of sales in Europe due to the S4 only being available with 16Gb whereas in the Far East and the USA, the 32GB variant was available.

    • duff

      07/15/2013 at 2:45 pm

      32 was on 1 carrier for months then another finally picked it up… still think it is only on 2 carriers maybe 3. Pretty sad when it is announced 16 32 64 and 16 is out with a small trickle of 32… WHERE IS THE 64?????

  2. Jay

    07/15/2013 at 12:58 pm

    You can already purchase protective skin from Skinomi for the Note3…

  3. Nick

    07/15/2013 at 10:11 pm

    The p in the SM N900P stands for premium

  4. ashok

    07/16/2013 at 2:30 am

    which is best phone sony zultera,samsungnote2,samsungnote 3

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