Samsung Galaxy Note III launching in Taiwan on September 27?

Samsung usually launches flagship devices as soon as it announces them, and we had confirmed that the Galaxy Note III would start shipping in September a few days after its formal unveiling. However, we may have the first concrete date for the Note III’s launch thanks to a new rumor from ePrice, which states the phablet will launch in Taiwan on September 27th.

The device will reportedly go on pre-order as early as September 16, though ePrice says that the dates might change, but there shouldn’t be any major changes in schedule. Taiwan is usually one of the first nations to get new handsets, but going by Samsung’s recent track record, we should see it become available in other markets around the same time (well, provided the Taiwan release date checks out, though ePrice is usually on the money with rumors).

The Galaxy Note III will sport a 5.68-inch Full HD 1080p Super AMOLED display (we earlier saw what is allegedly the handset’s display frame), a octa-core Exynos / quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, 3GB of RAM, 13-megapixel rear camera, 32/64GB storage and a microSD slot, 3,200mAh battery, and Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.


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2 years 3 months ago

ebay has listed Samsung galaxy note 3 GT-N7200 Factory unlocked smartphone for pre order ,price $1600,delivery :between 5th September and 9th spetember.

2 years 3 months ago

Nice, maybe out worldwide in October?

2 years 3 months ago

Taiwan’s Note 3 version is SM-N900 Exynos variant (source: your news that called “List of countries receiving Galaxy Note III’s Exynos 5420 or Snapdragon 800 variant”) so; that means the exynos octa-core versions will not delay too long.?

2 years 3 months ago

sorry for the comment mistake

I want to say that I hope you can improve your speed of firmware update!

2 years 3 months ago

good job samsung!

I live in Taiwan and always have the latest smartphone launch like s4 purple and pink edition.

But you need to improve your speed of firmware.