The publication, known for leaking Samsung rumors in the past, believes that the said feature will win the tough competition. Additionally, apart from the insane video capability, The Korea Economic Daily adds that the Samsung Galaxy Note III will also support 24-bit/192KHz music playback, a feature already found on LG's G2.
There's no telling whether Samsung will really include the aforementioned features on the Galaxy Note III. But, judging from the rising trend of 4K TVs, it makes a little sense.
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