Posted by Danny D. 1 year ago

Samsung Galaxy Note III gets its first certification in Indonesia


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Samsung received the first certification for its upcoming flagship device the Galaxy Note III in Indonesia. The certification is based on model number SM-N900 also known as the Galaxy Note III. The latest speculation is that the device will have a 5.7 inch display with 1080 x 1920 (FHD) resolution, a quad-core or Exynos Octa-core processor and 3GB of RAM. A 13MP snapper should be also be there on the device with the latest Android OS. We expect Samsung to announce the Galaxy Note III at IFA 2013 in Berlin. SamMobile will be there to cover the event!

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4 comments on “Samsung Galaxy Note III gets its first certification in Indonesia

  1. buaba28 1 year ago said:

    THIS IS MY FIRST TIME SO PROUD LIVE IN INDONESIA
    THUMBS FOR SAMSUNG

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  2. yuk1 1 year ago said:

    Great news..

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  3. box14380 1 year ago said:

    This is what I’m gonna planning to customize my next smartphone to replace the old but still rocking SGS3.

    So I just want to share the specs I wanted to my possible Galaxy Note 3:-
    1. 6 inches, 2560×1440 pixels at 489 PPI
    2. Super AMOLED Plus with RGB Matrix
    3. Beefier 9500 mAh battery.
    4. Exynos 5 Evolve or Quad core Snapdragon 800
    5. Adreno 330 GPU (Adreno 350 if existing)
    6. 4 GB RAM and 125 GB Internal Memory
    7. 16 MP rear and 5 MP front Camera
    8. UNIBODY Water and Dust Proof Carbon Fiber or not glossy Polycarbonate and Shock Resistant Phone
    9. Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie
    10. Dual SIM support
    11. Bluetooth Headset out of the box to make calls and music listening easy.

    Thickness of the phone is not a problem to me. I want a computer replacement on my hand everywhere I go. I don’t mind paying $1500 for my dream phone.

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