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Samsung unveils Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Note 10.1 and Galaxy Gear at IFA 2013

Samsung Galaxy Note 3A lot of hype has been building for the new products that were set to be revealed by Samsung today at the IFA 2014 electronics show in Berlin. During a synced event between Berlin and New York City, Samsung showed off the Galaxy Note 3, the Galaxy Gear smartwatch and the Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 version). As usual the event was also full of marketing hypes and music.

None of these unveilings were surprising, as speculation had already named all three as potential products to be showcased. But we finally have the specs and details we have been waiting for, especially on the much talked about wearable device.

Galaxy Note 3

At first Samsung announced Galaxy Note 3. The flagship series has been incredibly popular, and they seem to have made some well received adjustments to their smartphone. The new device has even more than you can expect.

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Leaked info gives us possible Samsung Galaxy Note III release date

Samsung GalaxyReports from all over the web are spreading the alleged release date of the Samsung Galaxy Note III. The third in the series, it is now believed that we will see sales starting on September 4 of this year.

For the last several months, Samsung has been pretty preoccupied with their other flagship, the Galaxy S4 series. The launch of the new Mini and the somewhat bizarre Zoom drew a lot of focus in the month of June. So it would be easy to forget the importance of the Samsung Galaxy Note, a phone/tablet combo device that hasn’t been rehashed for awhile. Until we found out a new one was on the way.

I should make one thing clear: we know nothing about the coming specs of the Note III. Samsung has not released a single detail about what changes have been made, or what might have been updated. All we can do is speculate, based on the specifications we are seeing associated with other recent products, and the Note II that was launched last year.

First and foremost is the screen. Each Note has gotten bigger since the original was put on the market at the beginning of 2012. While a phablet, it definitely emphasized the tablet portion, and that trend has continued with the second incarnation. The Note II has a 5.5″ display, and it seems plausible that the Note III will go a bit bigger. My prediction is 6″, pushing it closer to the tablet size mark without making it too cumbersome for a phone.

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