We know that the Galaxy Note 3 is going to be announced in two days. With all the leaks and rumours there is still very little known about the phone, apart from the release date of course. Samsung has done a rather commendable job in keeping the phone under wraps. But sometimes even the best of efforts do not yield a perfect result. A press conference by KT Corporation in Korea has spilled the beans on some details regarding the Galaxy Note 3.
According to the picture of the slide show above, the Galaxy Note 3 will be powered by a Snapdragon 800 SoC. There have been rumours prior to this that said the same thing but now it’s all but confirmed officially. The Snapdragon 800 powered Note 3 will support the newly launched LTE-A network in Korea. This network is capable of attaining speeds up to 150mbps. With the Galaxy Note 3 will only be the second phone in the world (launched globally) to support such speeds. The first one was the Galaxy S4, which too was powered by the Snapdragon 800 chip.
Samsung will officially unveil the Galaxy Note 3 in Berlin on September 4.