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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Crashes Into S4 Rumor Mill

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has been released and it seems to be a very popular device. Due to this there have been rumours of a Note 3 already and it could have a display that is larger than that of the Note 2. There are also rumours that Samsung will be releasing the Samsung Galaxy S4 as early as March next year.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 rumors join Galaxy S4′

The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 happens to be one of the best devices running Android at the moment, with many people saying that it is the best full stop. The LG Nexus 4 and the Samsung Galaxy S3 both look very small at the side of it and lack the extra features of the Note 2 like multi-windows and the S-Pen. If Samsung wants to do better they will have their work cut out for them.

Sources report that there have been leaks of the certification of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and this tells us that it will be a larger variation on the Note 2 as opposed to being a brand new phablet. It may be released at the MWC 2013 by Samsung as this is where new flagship devices are generally revealed. It is also where the Samsung Galaxy S4 may be previewed if rumors prove true.

So are people ready for a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 so early even if it is just a different size? The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 comes with many amazing features, although some people do say that it is too big. Therefore the Note 3 with a larger display would be questionable, unless of course it uses Samsung’s flexible YOUM screen technology.

Rumours have it that the Samsung Galaxy S4 could be released with a edge to edge flexible display as well. You have to take into account that Samsung did confirm that the YOUM tech would begin production early in 2013, so therefore it is possible that either or both of the devices could come with the new tech.

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