Samsung Galaxy Note III Features The Exynos 5 SoC, 6.3 Inch Display



Samsung Galaxy Note III is again in news as another piece of information has leaked out. Earlier last year also some news regarding device was passed on. But now today according to The Korea Times, Samsung galaxy Note III will features Exynos 5 Octa Soc – brand new eight-core processor.

The newspaper further adds that Samsung want to reduce their investment in LCD screens and move to organic light emitting diode, otherwise known as OLED, along with flexible displays. These could be twisted and bent and it is thought that Samsung will reveal them in 2013.

It is also reported that this time Samsung Galaxy Note III will be packed with a 6.3-inch display, up from 5.5 on the Note II. We also hope that battery life will also improve as Samsung Exynos 5 is energy efficient processor.

Samsung claims it’s the fastest and most energy-efficient mobile processor in the world, boasting a 70 percent increase in battery life.

The smartphone is expected to be officially unveiled in September at IFA 2013, but sales will probably commence a few weeks later.

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Source: Korean Times

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