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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 seems to be releasing soon at samsung

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has made another possible appearance on Samsung’s website in the form of a model number, SM-N900J, the second time in recent days that the new, rumored smartphone has been thought to have touched down on the company’s website.
Samsung is heavily rumored to be bringing a new Galaxy Note device to shelves sometime later this year and rumors have suggested that that device is the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, a massive 5.9-inch phablet that features a number of upgrades to both hardware and to the device’s software. An announcement isn’t expected until far later this year but already, we’re seeing signs of the Galaxy Note 3′s presence.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3: Release date

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has broken cover with a suspected release date of 2013, but when can we expect to see this phablet emerge?
Samsung has said it is switching focus at the beginning of 2013 to concentrate on its OLEDdisplays - in small, medium and large formats. Moving its staff away from LCD and onto OLED development could mean it will be ready for production much sooner than previous rumours.
We think a Q3 2013 release could be on the cards - slightly later than its 2012 Galaxy Note August release date, but developing a 6.3-inch OLED display can't be easy work!
As of early March 2013, the current rumour, which allegedly comes straight from the mouth of a Samsung 'official', says that the Korean phone-maker will launch the Galaxy Note 3 in 'the latter half of the year'. It's worth mentioning that the Galaxy Note 2 emerged at IFA 2012. The annual show takes place in September, which falls in-line neatly with that latter half of 2013 rumour.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 might be arriving earlier than previously expected with new rumours pointing to a mid-June launch.
It was thought the Galaxy Note 3 would arrive at IFA 2013 in Berlin this September, just as the Galaxy Note 2 did at the same event in 2012. However, Samsung’s profile has continually been on the up since then and the Galaxy Note range has proven one of its most popular brands. Viewed in this context a standalone event makes sense. 


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