Samsung‘s upcoming phablet Galaxy Note 3 is rumoured to be on sale in China.
Apparently, Chinese mobile manufacturer HDC materialized the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 such as the 5.9 inch full HD display, 4000mAh battery, 3GB of RAM plus the Snapdragon 800 quad core processor at 2.3GHz. The design of this device has almost non-existent bezels that could be used on the real Note 3 to help create a bigger screen while still making the device easier to hold.
Handsets that make the rounds in China are often cheap knockoffs of high-end smartphones from a variety of companies. It is believed that HDC is a company that normally creates clones of HTC hardware, but now it seems the company has turned its focus to Samsung. The render is showing a smartphone that features a 5.9-inch Full HD touchscreen display, which is a size that has been rumoured to be coming to the Galaxy Note 3 previously.
There will be a home button that is discrete and the S Pen stylus is stored in a slot in the back. The camera has an LED flash along with a Xenon flash. The form factor is user friendly and it seems that there is a camera button, which is not likely in the real Samsung Galaxy Note 3 of course.
Meanwhile, the real Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is expected to make its debut in the third quarter of this year. Rumours point to possible September release date. There are speculations that Samsung will hold the announcement of the Note 3 on the annual IFA event in Berlin. The said launch will allow Samsung to maximize its profits and to complete the tried-and-tested September product cycle of the Galaxy Note series.
It is initially speculated that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 would make its grand debut at the 2013 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week in its keynote. The rumours are fuelled by the significant price drop of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 at some resellers early this month.
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