May 7, 2013 by

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 rumors about release date and features

Samsung Galaxy S4 was announced in New York on March 14, 2013. It has some new features like a 13-megapixel camera and 4.99-inch 1080p display. After Galaxy S4 was officially unveiled, many people begin to look forward to the arrival of Galaxy Note 3. Some news reports that Galaxy Note 3 will be published at Consumer Electronics Show in Berlin September 2013. Certainly, if we still remember Samsung held a special conference for Galaxy S4 in New York last month, so we do not roll out that there will also be a special conference held for Note 3 by Samsung.

Besides of the release date, we are also so curious about its configuration, according to the reports, Note 3 will be equipped with 5.9-inch screen rather than 6.3-inch screen. As we know, Samsung’s original Galaxy Note had a 5.3-inch screen while the Note 2 had a 5.5-inch screen. Besides, Note 3 will enjoy the same treatment as S4, rumor has it that Samsung will put OLED display into its Galaxy Note 3. This display can save power to 25% than the traditional Super AMOLED display, but also can provide the clear and sharp display effect.

In terms of camera, the back camera of Note 3 will reach 13-megapixel to 16-megapixel. And users will experience the professional recording functions. According to Android Geeks, Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will be pre-installed a camera application called SOrb, which will provide 360 ° panoramic shot experience similar to Google’s PhotoSphere, and accomplish the good integration with social platform, so it can provide the convenient photo sharing function.

Besides, Samsung is still dedicated to creating more features for TouchWiz user interface and intending to equip with Android 5.0 for Note 3. Galaxy Note 3 will come together with the S Orb photos, and the S Orb will also visit the other Galaxy phones. But the puzzling is that the Galaxy S4 already has a 360 photo of the panoramic camera application, and we are wondering what innovations the S Orb will be built.


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