Sunday, 30 June 2013

The Galaxy Note 3 equipped with an LCD screen



Samsung has decided to produce two versions of its future Galaxy Note 3 expected to arrive in September. A model is equipped with an AMOLED screen and other LCD IPS screen would be divided according to target markets and the demands. Faced with a shortage of OLED panels, Samsung has decided to opt for a second screen technology for the future Galaxy Note 3. According to the Korean ET News site, the new Phablet is available in two versions, one with AMOLED screen, the other with IPS LCD screen, Samsung will market the two models based on market demand and . The reason for this is due to the shortage of OLED panels. It is Sharp who could provide LCDs, knowing that Samsung is a shareholder in the Japanese firm. The Galaxy Note 3 is expected in September at the IFA in Berlin. It is called a Phablet 5.9 or 6 inch Octa Exynos SoC equipped with 3GB of RAM, a 13 megapixel camera sensor with 3x optical zoom and stabilizer.

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