Apple is a company that people in the Android community likes to poke fun at, but there’s something they do that almost no other company does. When they announce a product, they’ll tell you when it’s going to come out and how much it’s going to cost. According to SamMobile, when Samsung unveils the third generation Galaxy Note in Berlin next month, it’s going to start hitting store shelves very shortly thereafter.
While it’s highly unlikely that Samsung will give us a date we can all circle on our calendars, even “ships this month” will be good enough in my book. And as for price, I have incredibly low expectations that they’ll announce such information. How much will the Note III actually end up costing? Easily over 650 Euros. It’s a flagship phone. I wouldn’t be surprised if it actually cost more.
What’s going to make the Note III so special? The latest rumors say it’ll be the exact same size as the Note II, but it’ll have a larger 5.68 inch screen (1080p, obviously), a larger battery, 3 GB of RAM, an optically stabilized 13 megapixel camera sensor, and your choice of Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 or Exynos 5 Octa.
Two weeks and two days to go. All we will be known.