Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is said to come in four different models, including a high-quality limited edition model, two standard models with varying display types and one low-end model with the smallest camera sensor of the four, according to a Korean publication.
The limited premium edition will come with an ‘unbreakable’ AMOLED display and 13 megapixel camera along with few exclusive features, according to the Korea-based ET News. Other speculations say the South Korean tech giant will more likely use Carbon Fiber to increase the aesthetic design and durability of the phone.
The second model is rumored to come with a regular AMOLED display and a 13 megapixel camera, which is more likely to be the international version. The third edition will be made with a plastic body and an LCD display and a 13 megapixel camera. The LCD display will allow Samsung to offer the latest phablet at a lower price.
ET News claims that fourth model will feature a plastic body along with an LCD display, but only an 8 megapixel camera. These lower features will bring down the costs of Samsung Galaxy Note 3 significantly, which may help with the saturation of Samsung Galaxy Note 3 phones in the everyday consumer market.
While many rumors currently surround the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, some propose features that are very likely to end up on the upcoming device, while other features are likely a bit far-fetched. Many enthusiasts agree that Samsung may use the Galaxy S4 as a base for things it needs to improve to make the Note 3 phablet an exciting product for consumers.
Despite reports of leaked rumors, Samsung has not confirmed the existence of the four variants of Samsung Galaxy Note III. The South Korean tech giant will unveil its third-generation Galaxy Note phablet on September 4, two days before the IFA 2013 begins.
Samsung has not yet announced whether its Galaxy Note 3 will be available on the four major U.S. carriers of AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile.