We have an interesting update for consumers who have been following rumors and reports of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite is expected to have a 720p display and will run on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean out of the box.
Leaked information from the User Agent profile for the Galaxy Note 3 Lite (N750) reveals a lot about the device that will be unveiled sometime in Q1 of 2014. It is being said that the display resolution on the device will be similar to the one present on the Galaxy Note 2 – 720 x 1280 pixels. The information also reveals that the Galaxy Note 3 Lite will not run on Android 4.4 KitKat out of the box, even though the device is expected to be unveiled sometime in March this year.
Previously, there have been rumors saying that the Note 3 Lite would have a comparatively smaller screen size and will hence be more compact and will fit in the hands easily (compared to the original Galaxy Note 3). If this happens to be the case, then we are looking at a 720p display device with a 5.5-inch screen and a powerful hardware configuration. In a way, it would seem as if the Note 2 has been reborn, but this time with a better, slimmer body and reduce overall weight.
Even though there hasn’t been a lot of information available on the release date, it is being said that Samsung has already started the production of the Galaxy Note 3 Lite. The 3G and LTE versions are expected to hit the market by the end of Q1 this year. The 3G version is expected to have model number N7500 and the LTE version will be N7505 (typical Samsung naming system).
Similar to most of the other Galaxy devices, there won’t be any significant differences between the 3G and LTE versions, apart from the processor and RAM. We are just days away from CES 2014, but we doubt if the Galaxy Note 3 Lite will make an appearance at the event. It would be great if Samsung shed some light on the Note 3 Lite, so we have our fingers crossed.
If you are interested and want to know more about the Note 3 Lite, then stay tuned as we try to get more updates for you. For now, let us know what you think about the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite – would it be a hit? Should it have a low price tag? Let us know in the comments section below.