Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: Samsung is preparing to unveil its much-rumoured and much-anticipated flagship phablet, the Galaxy Note III.
According to Korean newspaper ET News, the third-generation Note will come in four variants.
The report also says that although the phablet will have the same processor only the components will vary. The different variants will be aimed at different markets and with differing price points.
Furthermore, it also says that the top variant of the Galaxy Note II could be a limited edition device which will boast of an unbreakable SuperAMOLED screen, 13MP camera and other features.
Next up would be an international version with a plastic body and standard SuperAMOLED screen and 13MP camera. The third would be with an LCD display and the last variant will be the most inexpensive and will have an 8MP camera
The company is expected to unveil the Galaxy Note III on September 4, which will also be the first day of IFA 2013.