Rumors about the next generation Samsung Galaxy Note smartphone are floating around the web from a long time, but now the South Korean tech giant has sent out invites to the press for an event on September 4th and it is quite official now that Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will be launched in that event. Samsung is calling this event Unpacked event and it is holding it just before the IFA show kicks off in Germany.
Samsung has launched all of the Note series smartphones in the IFA Trade Fair show in Berlin; previously Samsung Galaxy Note 2 was also unveiled at the IFA show. Company is also expected to launch a wearable device dubbed as Samsung Smartwatch in the same event along with the latest edition of Galaxy Note smartphone. Rumors and leaked reports suggest Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is going to feature a 5.7inch display and it will be running on the latest Android 4.3 Jelly Bean operating system version. It is reported to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 Quad Core processor along with 3GB of RAM, which will be quite sufficient to do multiple tasks at the same time. Previous rumors suggested that Samsung is testing different screen sizes with the latest edition of the Galaxy Note smartphone but company finalised 5.7inch display. It is mainly because Samsung Galaxy Mega devices are already present for the big screen buyers in the market and next-gen Note smartphone’s huge display might impact their ongoing sales.