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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 launch date set

With just a month to go until IFA 2013, it is obvious there will be a deluge of Samsung Galaxy Note 3 rumors from now until then, although we have already reported on some rather interesting tidbits of information regarding this new phablet, such as improved multitasking, as well as increased performance.

The latest rumors suggest that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 launch date has been set, well the unveil not the release. According to a Korean website there is a possibility that the Note 3 could be unveiled a couple of days before the start of IFA, which begins on September 6 in Berlin.

If this is the case, the Galaxy Note 3 launch date for its debut could be as early as September 4. That’s not all, as Samsung could also show off their much-rumored smartwatch, which is expected to beat Apple’s iWatch to market, although we still have no idea if Apple’s device even exists?

We do not expect the Note 3 to be released right away, but rather a few weeks after its debut. This would follow the same pattern as its predecessor, along with a similar pattern as the Galaxy S4.

Okay, so we know that there will be several improvements to its hardware, but we don’t except the Galaxy Note 3 design to be much different to the current model. This is because a radical design change is not expected until next year, where we should see the Galaxy S5 and the Note 4 come with a complete redesign, as well as being built from new materials rather than the cheap polycarbonate.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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