The folks over at Samsung Poland have officially removed whatever cloth there is left that covered the Galaxy Note 3 Neo, where we now know that this particular device would arrive with a couple of variants – the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo 3G as well as the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo LTE+. Why the LTE+ suffix? Well, that is because this bad boy is capable of playing nice with LTE Cat 4 150/50Mb/s. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo is tipped to roll out globally this February, where you will be able to choose from three different colors – black, white and green.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo LTE+ alone will run on the oft rumored hexa-core processor (could it be their own Exynos chip?), which will include a couple of A15 cores that have been clocked at 1.7GHz, and a quartet of A7 cores which have been clocked at 1.3GHz. As for the 3G model, it will rely on a quad-core 1.6GHz processor. Other than the slight difference in their connectivity, both the Galaxy Note 3 Neo 3G and the Galaxy Note 3 Neo LTE+ are practically identical in the rest of their respective aspects. We do wonder why they are still powered by Android 4.3 Jelly Bean since Android 4.4 KitKat has already been released since last year, but on the other hand, it would also mean we can look forward to a possible operating system update in due time.
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