Posted by Danny D. 2 years ago

Snapdragon 800 and a 13 megapixel camera sensor for the Galaxy Note III


As leaked out today the Galaxy Note III will have a 13 megapixel camera. Not that special cause we all know the Galaxy S4 uses the same camera sensor. Some special item is the rumored processor. Samsung mostly use their own Exynos processors in high-end devices but this time the rumours are more talking about the new Snapdragon 800. Which is a beast of a processor is is 10% faster than anything on the market today. Earlier this yaer Qualcomm announce to speed up the processor to 2.3GHz and is quad-core is based, as well as LTE and LTE Cat4 carrier aggregation, 802.11ac Wi-Fi support the latest communication technology. In addition, UHD resolution video playback, 7.1 stereo sound, 2560×2048 max resolution as implemented scored advanced graphics performance.

The Galaxy Note is expected at IFA 2013 in Berlin SamMobile will be there. The Galaxy Note is rumoured to have a 5.99” Super AMOLED Full HD display, quad-core processor, 13 megapixel camera, Android 4.2.2 / 4.3 and Samsung latest touch-wiz nature UX interface with SPEN functions.


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20 comments on “Snapdragon 800 and a 13 megapixel camera sensor for the Galaxy Note III

  1. n4n0Br4in 2 years ago said:

    No Wolfson then?

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  2. romain27111 2 years ago said:

    really interesting.

    if this Note3 have the same design that the S4, a good fullHD screen (not like the S4) and a FM radio i’m pretty sure i will buy one to change my Note2!

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    • ptaddict 2 years ago said:

      I totally agree with you. A snapdragon800 is f.king awesome. But still FM RADIO is a must have specification.

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    • Suo.Eno 2 years ago said:

      Actually I was kinda hoping that they do something about that dated single back loudspeaker to a better config. I mean seriously an S800 Note III won’t come cheap so at least give us an updated end product.

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  3. chanhny 2 years ago said:

    S800 better than SGX544MP3. SGX544MP3 only support Open GL 2.0

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  4. smashhits 2 years ago said:

    my guess > 4.2.2/new TouchWiz available for Note 2 after Note 3 release. ;(

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    • waweed 2 years ago said:

      fuck samsung!!!!

  5. gtone339 2 years ago said:

    Where’s the rumour 8 core Mali GPU for the Galaxy Note 3?

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    • vavrorvav 2 years ago said:

      what? who wants that piece of crap? its a big failure, snapdragon destroys all other CPUs

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    • cornballer 2 years ago said:

      I think the original source of ZDnet korea news was mistranslated.
      They actually said “we’re not 100% sure yet but there will be two variants of the Note3 – powered by more advanced Exynos octa and SD800.”
      Anyway this is just another rumor imo. :D

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  6. vavrorvav 2 years ago said:

    charging will be fast as fu**, charging larger note 3 battery would be faster than charging smaller battery with note 2!!

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  7. vavrorvav 2 years ago said:

    danny you forgot to mention quickcharge 2, which charges phone 71 or 75% (can’t remember now) faster than note 2

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  8. caglarfb 2 years ago said:

    disgusting phone. every time same design.

    we want flexible screen phone now!!!

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    • AquilaSol 2 years ago said:

      No, we *REALLY* don’t.

      I, for one, would like to *not* have to lug about a clipboard just to keep my phone straight when I’m watching a film on it on the train. There’ll be quite a bit of contortion on a flexible screen.

      It sounds fancy, but it’s extremely useless.

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    • gtone339 2 years ago said:

      Don’t think people would appreciate that idea. Just not ready for it….

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  9. waweed 2 years ago said:

    new fonction tv remote replace fm radio

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