Samsung might bring curved display in new version of Galaxy Note 3

The rumour has it, Samsung might be planning to bring curved display in new version of their latest one of the best smartphones available in the market called Galaxy Note 3. It is heard that Samsung Electronics might be planning to launch ‘Active’ version i.e. dust resistant and waterproof version. According to some Samsung executives, the company has plans to introduce a curved display smartphone in October.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has a 5.7-inch Full 1080p HD AMOLED display and packs a 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor with 3GB of RAM under the hood.

There are two kind of rumours roaming over the net, and they are just rumours so take them or leave it but lets bring them out. 

There would be launch of two new Galaxy Note 3 variants, one would be cheaper and other would be Flexible plastic display.

Cheaper Variant

ETNews, a Korean publication that has provided accurate insider info in the past, claims that Samsung is preparing a cheaper version of the Galaxy Note 3 that will go in production in November and hit the stores by the end of the year. This low-cost Note device would feature an LCD display instead of the Super AMOLED on the Note 3 and an 8MP camera instead of 13MP. The device would reportedly feature the same design as the Note 3 and come with an S Pen.

Flexible Variant

Samsung may also release a “limited edition” of the Note 3 that is equipped with a flexible display, sometime in the next weeks. The reports come to us from ZDNet Korea and Chosun, a Korean business portal, and seems to corroborate with previous reports that claimed Samsung might manufacture plastic-based displays only in limited quantity, due to low yields.

For those now in dilemma, don’t be as these are just rumours and Samsung won’t launch any of these variants any sooner to hurt the sales of their latest device Galaxy Note 3.

About Raghav T

is a tech writer, passionate about everything gadgetry in general and loves android devices. When he's not writing about technology or playing with various gadgets (which he's doing most of the time), he enjoys listening to a lot of music and watching movies and going out with friends for a beer.

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