Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 looks set to make its much-anticipated debut at this year’s IFA technology trade show in Berlin.
That tidbit comes courtesy of ‘industry officials’ speaking with The Korea Herald.
The device apparently packs a capacious 5.7-inch display, a touch smaller than the 6.3 inch version on the Galaxy Mega.
IFA takes place later this year, running from 6th-11th September. Samsung is likely to use a pre-show press conference to tout the device before giving the public a chance to check it out at the show proper.
The Galaxy Note 3 will be the successor to the hugely popular Note 2. Samsung clearly feels the device needs to be a major focus, having passed on the opportunity to launch it at its huge London gathering at the end of last month.
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