We’ve been hearing rumours start to heat up regarding the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, and as the time approaches where we expect the Note 2′s phablet successor to be announced (popularly accepted to be IFA 2013 in September), we’re getting wind of more and more rumours that suggest the Note 3 may be coming to us in several variants.
We’ve heard rumours that the Note 3 would be coming in display-type variants, i.e. an AMOLED or a LCD display, but today, its been discovered from some shipping records that the Note 3 might actually be coming to us in 3 screen-size variants. This doesn’t rule out the display-type variations as well (or having these variations included within the different screen sizes), however this is the first we’ve heard of 3 distinct variants for the Note 3.
I’m sure many of us had been expecting a 5.7- or 6.0-inch Note 3, but according to Zauba’s manifests, the Note 3 will be coming in a 5.5-, 5.7- and a 6.0-inch variant. Sound familiar? This is a very similar strategy employed on the Galaxy Mega phones and perhaps there has been success in this strategy which is giving Samsung confidence to do it again with the Note 3. Another thing to consider if these screen sizes will influence the type of hardware in the devices as it also did with the Galaxy Mega phones. One way or another, hopefully we’ll find out the truth in Berlin later this year.
Do you think the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is really going to come in 3 screen-size variants? Which would you get if this were the case? Let us know what you think in the comments.