Samsung is gearing up for an official unveiling of a new version of Galaxy Note 3 in early 2014. However, a user agent profile (UAP) has already posted some bits and pieces about the phablet’s specs on the company’s official website.
As seen on the UA list, the Lite version is expected to carry a lot of downgraded features from the Galaxy Note 3. It’s already a given since it’s the first time for the South Korean company to release a cheaper version of the high-end Galaxy Note 3 that will cater this time to the budget-friendly market.
Some of the features leaked include a 720p LCD display and an 8-megapixel camera. They will take the place of the Super AMOLED screen display and a 13-megapixel main camera sported by the Galaxy Note 3.
The SM-N7500 model version of the phablet is allegedly going to carry 3G connectivity. Meanwhile, the N7505 model will be the Lite’s LTE version. The Lite version might also carry a slower processor like a Snapdragon S4 Pro or an older Exynos, instead of the high-powered Snapdragon 800 present in its predecessor.
The newest Galaxy Note phablet will run Android 4.3 Jelly Bean There are also talks that the phablet might also be powered by Android KitKat out of the box.