Prior to this we had informed you about the much hyped Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite that is supposed to make its debut in the Mobile World Congress 2014. But if a recent leak is to be believed, the Phablet is going to be launched with the brand name Samsung Galaxy Neo, which is said to be the successor of the 2012 released Galaxy Note II! This might make the readers bit confused. But the information can’t be ignored too, since it has been revealed by GSMArena, the other leading web-tech portal. Rather, GSMArena has leaked an internal product document page that include all specification of Samsung’s upcoming Smartphone, Galaxy Note 3 Neo.
A vivid look of the specs chart reveal that the device is powered by a 1.7GHz dual + 1.3GHz quad-core (Hexa) processor which is assumed to be the upgraded version of the Exynos processor integrated in Galaxy Note II. Apart, the device runs on the popular Android 4.3 Jelly Bean operating system and sports a dynamic 5.5 inch HD Super AMOLED display which has been developed keeping the video lovers in mind. The Smartphone supports 2GB of RAM, 32GB in-built storage space and two cameras, an 8MP in the back and 1.9MP at front. For durable power back up, it packs a 3100mAh battery at back.
Special features of the device include a faux-leather cover at back which was also before seen in the Galaxy Note 3 device. Other special features include Gesture Support and Multi Window like the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S4 devices. Before one report has already mentioned that Samsung plans to launch a couple of Galaxy Note 3 devices in the upcoming MWC 2014 and we wonder the two must be the Galaxy Note 3 Neo and the Galaxy Grand Lite, as per the details mentioned in the prepared document of GSMArena.
Still we have to wait forth still the MWC (Mobile World Congress) to see what are the real brand names of the two devices in fact!