Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Already Gunning For S4 Position

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When Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 2 it went on to become a very popular handset. Thanks to this there have been rumours of a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 coming our way. The device may have a display that is bigger than the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. This rumor comes just as that of the Samsung Galaxy S4 begin to build steam as the hottest upcoming Android of 2013.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 crashes into S4 parade

The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is one of the best Android devices that is out at the moment and many believe that it is the best. The LG Nexus 4 and the Samsung Galaxy S3 look tiny when held at the side of the device and of course they don’t have the extra features of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, such as the S Pen and Multi-Windows. If Samsung are to better this device, they will have to pull some magic out of the hat.

Leaks have said that certification of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has been seen and it says that it will be a larger variation of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 instead of a successor. The device could be released at the MWC 2013 as this is where flagship devices are generally launched. This is where Samsung may introduce us to the Samsung Galaxy S4 too.

But are we ready for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3? The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is superb and it has features that are amazing. However some do say that the device is too big. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 could be questionable with a larger screen, unless Samsung use the YOUM flexible display tech which should allow for you to better cup your hands around.

There has also been a rumour that the Samsung Galaxy S4 could have a display that is edge to edge and this too could be flexible. However you do have to bear in mind that Samsung said that the YOUM tech would start production in early 2013. So this means that we could see the new tech on the device that launches later instead of sooner.

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