Samsung Galaxy Note 3 rumored to feature Octa-core Exynos 5 processor with 6.3-inch display

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (The Next Big Thing!) by Samsung is supposedly be even bigger and will outperform all other competing gadgets with the Samsung's newly announced Octa Exynos 5 processor. We heard the first Rumors about the device and it is already hyping us all.

The device is rumored to have 6.3-inch display - stealing the crown from Huawei's 6.1-inch Ascend Mate for being the biggest smartphone (phablet). While the big screen might seems to be better at the video playback and better gameplay - it will lack the ease of mobility and access to the gadget.

It will be interesting to see how Samsung manages to strip down the issues with the pocket-ability and one-handed use of the device while maintaining the buzz around the fan base.

The gigantic display will be accompanied by the Samsung's recently announced Exynos 5 Octa, the eight-core ARM Cortex-A15/Cortex-A7 hybrid based on big.LITTLE technology. Quite simply, when the Note 3 launches, likely in the fall of 2013, it will feature one of the most powerful hardware compliments found on in a smartphone to date (unless something bigger and better comes along by then).

[via EuroDroid]

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  • Even better i say. I mean come on who can ever say that there is a company that is going to take the risk of losing such important features such as the mobility of the device and still be in the market with all the users buzzing around it. It surely is going to dominate the market if the release holds the stuff we are being promised.