The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is certainly a phablet that has picked up its fair share of bouquets ever since it was released, and for good measure, too. That was a particularly useful phablet by all means, and it has even arrived in an Olympic Games Edition to boot. This time around, there is a variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, where it will be known as the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo. This particular phablet was first “discovered” last week, and it has also garnered a fair amount of interest especially since its benchmark scores and FCC certification process have also started to make its rounds online. What you see above could very well be the press images of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo, where it is touted to be up for pre-order over in Belgium, where it sports a rather hefty €599 price tag – but that is about to be expected, since this is no mid-range device.
Some might say that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo has been strategically positioned to remain in between the Galaxy Note 2 and the existing flagship phablet, the Galaxy Note 3. Hardware specifications point to a 5.55” 720p Super AMOLED display, a new Exynos chipset with a hexa-core CPU (1.7GHz dual core + 1.3 GHz quad core), 2GB RAM, an 8 megapixel camera at the back, 16GB of internal memory and a 3,100mAh battery.