A few weeks ago during IFA 2103, Samsung took the wraps off their Galaxy Note 3 device, a handset which along with the Galaxy S4 was one of Samsung’s most anticipated devices of 2013. We had heard that Samsung could be looking to introduce an entry-level version of the Note 3 which would keep the same dimensions, but just use less premium parts and will have slightly less powerful hardware to keep costs down, but it seems that apart from the rumors of an entry-level Note 3, word on the street has it that a limited edition flexible display Note 3 could be in the works too.
This is according to a Korean news publication who claims that Samsung is working on a Galaxy Note 3 device with a flexible display that would be produced in limited quantities due to the flexible display technology still in its infancy. We know that Samsung has been working on flexible displays and every year we hear about how Samsung’s next phone would sport the technology, so could the Galaxy Note 3 be the first? Either way we’ll keep our eyes peeled for more information, but if anything, we’re guessing that this limited run Galaxy Note 3 would be more about testing the waters rather than to generate huge revenue, but we’ll be looking forward to it nonetheless.
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- 2014-02-20: Sprint's Galaxy Note 3 Receives Android 4.4 KitKat Update
- 2014-02-18: Galaxy Note 3 Receives Update That Fixes Third Party Accessories
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