Galaxy Note 3 will be more accessible

So far, the line smartphones Galaxy Note from Samsung regarded as a kind of front edge of mobile technology in the global technological front. Typically technologies used in the Note, superior to those vested in the latest models from the family of Galaxy S. But this could change as early as next year, and this wonderful technology S Pen, can be made ​​more accessible for those who due to lack of funds, was forced to abandon the Galaxy Note in favor of cheaper phones.


SamMobile claims that over the weekend they were in the hands of the shipping documents for testing phones in India, confirming the existence of Galaxy Note 3 Lite (SM-N7505), which Samsung will announce at MWC next year and start selling smartphone in March month.

Talk about the exact specification of the future lightweight flagship is not necessary, but some data about its “internal” have already leaked out. So most likely, instead of Super Amoled screen using a normal LCD display with a diagonal of at least 5.5 inches. The processor will also be easier than his older brother, as well as camera, whose matrix is ​​8 megapixels. In general, Galaxy Note 3 Lite will coincide with its specifications Galaxy 4 Active.

Unlike Galaxy Grand Lite (GT-I9060), which will also be presented at the MWC 2014, Galaxy Note 3 Lite is a device that makes sense to buy, at least when it comes to price according specifications. Currently, Samsung does not have a large-screen device that could offer something more than the specification level of the middle class. Experts assure that many users will be happy to be able to use S Pen technology at a lower price than previously proposed for buying expensive Galaxy Note 3.


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