The Galaxy Note 3 is a great device, but its premium price makes it unsuitable for those who’re looking for something lighter on their pockets while still offering the functionality of a phablet and Samsung’s S Pen stylus. That’s where the Galaxy Note 3 Neo comes in, a phablet that takes its place between the Note 3 and the Galaxy Note II from 2012. Worldwide availability of the device will be beginning soon, and now firmware files for it are beginning to come online, at least for the 3G variant (model number SM-N750.)
Firmware files are useful for those who like to root their devices and make other modifications, as they can be used to revert back to the official software if anything goes wrong because of those modifications. So if you’re the kind who will begin to look for ways to make changes to the software on your device as soon as you get it, or just want to take a look at some of the system files, well, you can grab the firmware for the Galaxy Note 3 Neo from our firmware section. At the moment, they’re only available for a few Asian countries, but that should change in the coming days.