Samsung is planning to release Samsung Galaxy Note 3 with a 5.9-inch superb display at IFA 2013.
If you were having trouble using Samsung Galaxy Note 2, then you should get ready for the biggest trouble that will be making its way at IFA 2013 by Samsung. This second biggest trouble is called Samsung Galaxy Note 3. In case you enjoyed using Samsung Galaxy Note II, and then you would for sure enjoy the arrival of Samsung Galaxy Note 3 later this year. Samsung has planned to release a new Flagship of Galaxy Note series with a 5.9-inch display called Samsung Galaxy Note 3. This new Flagship of Samsung will get an increment of 0.4-inch in the screen size as compared to the Galaxy Note II version.
There is no need to get surprised after hearing about Galaxy Note 3 with a 5.9-inch display because in the second week of December 2012, we told you about a rumor that hinted towards the arrival of Galaxy Note 3 by Samsung in early 2013. Then in March, before the arrival of Galaxy S4, we again told about the arrival of Samsung Galaxy Note 3 at IFA 2013.
However today, we are again backing with semi-confirmed news regarding the arrival of Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Phablet with a 5.9-inch display. This time the news of Galaxy Note 3 arrival comes from an executive from one of the largest suppliers of the Korean tech Giant, Samsung confirming the screen size of the upcoming Phablet. According to the sources related to Samsung confirmed the arrival of upcoming Phablet in U.S by local suppliers. Moreover, the Korean manufactures would be showing off the concept design of Galaxy Note 3 to the U.S carrier AT&T in the upcoming days.
If the reports stay the same, we can see the upcoming Phablet Flagship with the same OLED Display technology that was used in Galaxy S4 by Samsung.
The arrival of Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is heavily expected at IFA 2013that is held in August usually, but at this moment, we cannot say anything about it because Samsung is unpredictable. Samsung can skip the IFA 2013 event and held Unpacked 2013 because the second Episode is due.