Reports from Samsung’s homeland, Korea, have claimed that the company may be planning to produce an even larger version of its Galaxy Note phabelt. If sources are true, according to the Korea Times, the Galaxy Note 3 will have a huge 6-3inch display, 0.8 inches bigger than the current Galaxy Note 2 phablet.
What’s more interesting, the reports have also suggested that the world’s leading smartphone manufacturer will use this opportunity to announce its next-generation eight-core ExynosOcta processor.
Samsung’s current phablet, Galaxy Note 2 currently runs on a quad-core Exynos chip, which is fast consideringwhat is available in the current market. With the next-generation eight-core processor this would provide even more power and importantly considering the larger screen, enhanced battery life.
Reports also revealed that Samsung is pitching its processing products to huge smartphone manufacturers in China, in order to lessen its dependence on Apple. Samsung has already been in talks with Huawei and ZTE who’re beginning to make huge success in the west.
A representative of Samsung official is reported to have said at CES: “We have introduced the Exynos 5 Octa to appeal to Chinese clients and diversify our client base in China with better pricing and output commitment.”
An anonymous Huawei official confirmed the companies are in a middle of a discussion. He said: “Yes, we were approached by Samsung. If the firm offers favourable conditions, there’s no reason to deny the new business.”
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