A Korean news outlet is reporting that Samsung’s next big phone, the Galaxy Note 3, will feature 3 GB of RAM. If true, this would be a first for mobile phones, with most previous high-end devices featuring 2 GB. Other rumours suggest that the phone will feature a massive 1080p 5.99″ display, a 13MP camera, and be powered by either the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chip or Samsung’s in-house Exynos 5 Octa processor. Samsung will reportedly use different processors for different markets, so it is unclear which chip would be used for the Australian version.
Reports about another upcoming device, the LG Optimus G2, suggest that it too could feature 3 GB of RAM, so we could be about to see 3 GB become the new standard for high-end phones. Samsung are expected to officially announce the Galaxy Note 3 at the IFA 2013 consumer electronics trade show in Berlin in September, so we still have a couple of months to wait before we find out if the rumours are true or not.
What do you think about the Galaxy Note 3 rumours so far? Is this a phone you would be interested in? Let us know in the comments!