There is now no doubt about both the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 popularity and launch date, which is even more clear after thousands of tweets are buzzing around the world in relation to the UNPACKED 2013 invitations that went out recently.
Samsung’s UNPACKED invites state “2013 Episode 2” at the top and also include some pictures that explain a few things. The most important observation that has gone viral on Twitter would be a small clue within the invite.
The majority of people on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and technology blogs all repeat the same possibility. Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 launch date will be September 4th, 2013. The major clue would be the statement within this invite, “Note The Date”. It could be a very good way to tease fans, but then Samsung must now deliver to reach user expectations thanks to everyone expecting Galaxy Note 3 to launch on this date.
It is also good to point out that some people are getting the Galaxy Note 3 release and launch date mixed up. The two are very different, and the invite clue points to a reveal at the press event but a release will be a little later than this. This rumor was also given weight a few days ago by Korean insiders.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 launch date excites India, UK and US — while we cannot be sure about the rollout plans for the next Note phablet, it is clear that people are getting excited in all corners of the globe.
One Twitter user from India said, “hope we see Galaxy Note III soon and don’t have to wait long as the invites make the launch clear, but not a release by country”. Another user of the same social network stated, “I’m in New York and know the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is close, it will be Sept 4, well so say the invites”.
These are only a couple of messages on one social network, but we have seen similar messages of excitement from people all over the world and especially in the UK where Samsung loves to push out smartphones pretty early on. “The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will release in Europe and the UK first”, said one Facebook user from the UK.
It is good to remember this is just speculation, but you cannot doubt the popularity and hype towards a launch.
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