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Samsung May Announce The Galaxy Note 3 Sooner Than Expected

News   •   Jun 03, 2013 13:10 BST

Back in September 2012, Samsung released the second instalment of its innovative Galaxy Note range. The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 became a huge commercial success, and remains one of the most sought after phablet devices on the market.

Of course, the success of the Galaxy Note 2 has led to plenty of speculation about the next instalment of the series. There have recently been plenty of rumours about the possible features and release date of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, which is hardly surprising given the fact that this is likely to be one of the South Korean manufacturer's most high spec devices to date.

Recent speculation has suggested that Samsung will officially unveil the Galaxy Note 3 in Berlin, Germany this September at the IFA trade show. However, Unwired View has recently revealed that it is possible that the third generation Galaxy Note may be unveiled earlier than first expected. The website reports that it is possible that the upcoming Samsung Premier event, which will be held on June 20th at London's Earls Court may see Samsung announce the Galaxy Note 3, where it is also expected that the company will announce the Galaxy S4 Mini, Galaxy S4 Active and Galaxy S4 Zoom. The website further reports that if the Galaxy Note 3 is unveiled at the event, it could potentially hit the market in July or August. Visit our website to find out more about the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and compare Samsung Galaxy Note 2 deals.

It is easy to see why there is so much speculation and excitement for the Galaxy Note 3. The phone is rumoured to sport a 13 megapixel camera, 6 inch display and octa-core processor, along with mainstay features of the Galaxy Note range such as its S-Pen stylus.

There has recently been plenty of speculation that Apple will be launching a new iPhone model this summer, so it would not be surprising if Samsung decides to release the Galaxy Note 3 earlier than expected, in order to gain a competitive advantage against its biggest rival.