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Everything we know about the Samsung Galaxy Note III

Looking ahead to Samsung's conference at IFA 2013, we've put together a quick guide on everything we know about the Samsung Galaxy Note III, so far.

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All eyes are on Samsung again, as they prepare to announce the latest version of the successful phablet range. Details are still sketchy, to say the least, and there are a wide number of sources claiming to know what the new phablet has in store for us. We’ve trawled the web to try and figure what you can expect to see in the Samsung Galaxy Note III.

1. It will run Android 4.3 out of the box

This is largely a no-brainer, with Samsung looking to launch the phablet with the latest update to the Android OS. Don’t expect it to be stock Android, however, with Samsung usually adding a variety of features on top of the interface.

2. It will include 3GB of RAM

Although details on processor speeds have still been kept under wraps, many believe that the Note III will ship with an incredible 3GB of RAM. Neither of the previous Note’s were slouches, so the 3GB of RAM should tear through most tasks you throw at it.

3. It will have a 5.6″ 1080p Super AMOLED screen

Galaxy Note’s always have brilliant screens and the Note III looks to keep that trend going. At 5.6″, it won’t be the biggest phablet on the market, but it’s no doubt a manageable size for those interested.

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Fingers crossed that the Note III lives up the high expectations we have. We’ll provide you with a full specs guide to the new phablet when we know more.

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