If the latest report by SamMobile is to be believed, Samsung Galaxy Note III will be the first device to deploy plastic OLED display. The website also claims that this new display will be thinner than the one on Galaxy Note II and come with a RGB stripe. Furthermore, the display is also expected to weigh a lot lesser than the displays of current crop of Galaxy Note phablets.
Just a week ago, there had been reports suggesting Samsung is now planning to have a metal exterior for its Galaxy Note III phablet. The Korean smartphone maker has been criticised for launching smartphones with plastic body for quite a while now and looks like Samsung is planning to change that with its Note III phablet.
Apparently Samsung made the decision to brace an aluminium body after seeing the popularity of the recently launched HTC One smartphone.
As per past rumours, Samsung Galaxy Note III will come with a 5.99-inch full-HD AMOLED display. This phablet is likely to be powered by Exynos 5 Octa CPU and will support LTE. Samsung Galaxy Note III is expected to come with 13-megapixel rear shooter. This phablet is likely to run on the latest version of Android, which should be Android 5.0 aka Android Key Lime Pie. The pahblet is expected to have even more software improvements and features than the Samsung Galaxy S4.
According to previous reports, Samsung is likely to launch its Galaxy Note III smartphone at the IFA event that will take place at Berlin, Germany in August. The device is expected to be available in the market from Q4 2013. So far there is no word on what this phablet might cost.