We have seen specs of Samsung Galaxy Note 3 leaked online for a few consecutive days and it appears the device will end up becoming the most powerful phablet in the market. Other than a significant jump in display size, it is hinted that the device will be powered by Samsung’s homegrown Exynos 5 Octa 8-core processor.
This leaked information once again hit the Internet courtesy of an anonymous “trusted insider”. The powerful beast inside the handset will be paired with a whopping 3 gigs of RAM. The duo should allow the phablet to run multiple hardware intensive apps simultaneously with no noticeable slowdowns in performance.
Like many other devices in the market, the Galaxy Note 3 will also offer full HD resolution. Two features unique to Samsung’s phablet would be the S-Pen stylus and Super AMOLED panel. Further adding to the phablet’s attractiveness value is a 13Mp rear-facing camera. Some have speculated that the Galaxy Note 3 will feature Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, but it is now quite unlikely since Google may introduce Android 4.3 instead.