Samsung Galaxy Note III To Be Announced On September 4th Unpacked Event

Posted: Aug 5 2013, 11:57am CDT | by , in Mobile Phones


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Samsung Galaxy Note III to be Announced on September 4th Unpacked Event

Samsung has sent out invites today for its 2nd unpacked event to launch the next Galaxy device, which is expected to be Galaxy Note III, on September 4 in Berlin, Germany. NYC live broadcast event and YouTube live streaming will also be held on same time.

Samsung Galaxy Note III is expected to be launched this fall. What comes out today is an invitation from the tech giant for the launch of new Galaxy device. It is actually the Samsung's 2nd unpacked event for 2013 that is going to be held in Berlin, Germany on Wednesday, 4th September 2013.

The design of this second episode of the unpacked event is a handwritten one that points towards that launch of next Galaxy Note device which is already expected to come this fall. Samsung had launched Galaxy Note II also in Germany during last year's IFA trade show in Berlin. The place is same this year and an announcement of new Galaxy device. Hence we can strongly speculate it to be the launch event of Galaxy Note III device.

AllThingsD reported another proof which company gives on its Twitter account by saying “Note the date” for the event. Samsung will also do the live streaming of the Berlin event on YouTube. While for those reporters, who are not traveling to Berlin, tech giant will hold a live broadcast event at Times Square, NYC.

Rumored specs of this new Galaxy Note III phablet includes 5.7-inch display screen, Exynos 5 Octo eight-core processor or Snapdragon 800 processor of 2.3GHz, 3GB RAM, Android Jelly Bean OS and a huge battery.

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