If you’re itching to see what Samsung has in store for its next phablet, you may only have to wait until September. A new report suggests that the Korea-based manufacturer will introduce the Galaxy Note 3 on September 4, just ahead of the IFA conference in Berlin.
We’ve been hearing rumors of a Galaxy Note 3 launch around IFA for quite some time now, but this is the first time an exact date has been pegged. This is far from being confirmed, but Android Geeks claims to have spoken with a source close to the matter.
According to the report, Samsung will announce another Galaxy Unpacked event in August to be scheduled on Sept. 4 where the next generation Note will be revealed. This Unpacked event would fall just before the official opening of IFA, which runs Sept. 6 through 11 in Berlin.
Samsung’s current generation Galaxy Note 2, which was revealed just ahead of last year’s IFA, packs a 5.5-inch screen, a 1.6GHz quad-core processor and a slimmer design that its predecessor. The company hasn’t confirmed any details on its next Galaxy Note, but rumors suggest it will feature a larger 5.9-inch or 6.3-inch display, an octa-core Exynos processor, and a 13-megapixel camera.
via Android Geeks