Samsung’s forthcoming Galaxy Note 3 Lite has been pictured in a new leak, just days after the specs for the pared down phablet were revealed.
According Sam Mobile's sources, the smaller handset has a trimmed down, 5.55-inch display, with the resolution dropping to a still-decent 720p. It rocks the same faux leather rear as the full-fat Galaxy Note 3.
The camera is due to drop to eight megapixels, with storage set at 16GB. And perhaps surprisingly, there are even plans for a six-core processor.
However, give that Sammy has failed to bring its beefed up octa-core processor to previous devices on these shores, it seems likely the Galaxy Note 3 will be stranded on a quad-core processor here in Blighty.
Android Jelly Bean is set to be the handset’s go to OS at launch, with an official release expected at next month’s Mobile World Congress.
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