With the success of the Samsung Galaxy Note and the Galaxy Note 2, we expect that the third iteration of the Galaxy Note will be equally impressive. Interestingly though, the folks at SamMobile claim to have been tipped off by their inside sources regarding one aspect of the rumored phablet, which is its display. Apparently instead of using their AMOLED displays, which is typically found on most Samsung mobile devices, their insider claims that the Galaxy Note 3 could instead turn to LCD.  Apparently the LCD panels made by Sharp are supposed to be “better” in terms of use with the S Pen, although we’re not sure what exactly that means. Could they mean it is better in terms of display quality, responsiveness, sharpness, etc.? While it might seem a little odd that the Galaxy Note 3 might use a different display technology from AMOLED, it isn’t so far fetched because if you recall, the Galaxy Note 8.0 uses an LCD display as well. In any case we suggest you take this with a grain of salt for now, but what do you think? Will the Galaxy Note 3 be better or worse with an LCD display?

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1920x1080 Super AMOLED
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~$-1 - Amazon
13 MP
Ff/2.2 Aperture Size
Image Stabilization
168 g
3200 mAh
Removable Battery
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Snapdragon 800 + MicroSD
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