Samsung Galaxy Note 3 to Ship with Snapdragon 800 and Exynos OCTA: Check Out Which Will Be Available In Your Country


We all know about the Samsung NOTE 3, which is scheduled for a next month release, but along with that we came to know today about it’s main processor details. Well, Samsung is opting a same strategy as was for SGS4. That means, not all the folks would receive the same treatment. Thanks to Sammobile, we now came to know about the countries and what chips would be available out there. They’ve been good with Samsung leaks so far but, this time around they’ve outdone themselves. They’ve managed to get a hold of a massive and comprehensive list of which territories around the world are going to get which device.

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Before we proceed, we got to tell you about the variants of chips, which are the Snapdragon 800 and Exynos Octa-Core.  The full list is available over at SamMobile but, we will reveal some of the key countries for the chips.

So here we look at Exynos Octa version, the Sm-900:

  • France
  • Germany
  • Hong Kong
  • India
  • Poland
  • Russia
  • South Africa
  • Taiwan
  • Thailand
  • The UK

Meanwhile, these are the other main countries boasting out the Snapdragon 800:

  • Australia
  • France (Buoygues, SFR)
  • Germany (O2, T-Mobile, Vodafone)
  • Ireland (most networks)
  • Italy (most networks)
  • Japan
  • New Zealand
  • Spain
  • USA (AT&T)
  • UK (O2, Vodafone, Three – LTE only)

As you can see, countries appear in the list more than once and that’s because the SM-9005 is basically the LTE version of the Note III, or at least that’s what it’s looking like right now.

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