Samsung has started sending out invitations for a new event, dubbed Samsung Unpacked 2013 Episode 2. The company held a similar event earlier this year where it unveiled its flagship smartphone-the Galaxy S4. The Korean company is expected to unveil its second flagship phone event-the Galaxy Note 3. The event will take place on September 4 and is scheduled for 13:00 EDT, which in Indian time means 10:30 PM on the same day.
The Galaxy Note 3 is rumoured to have a large 5.7-inch display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, giving it a pixel density of 386 ppi. There have also been speculations of a flexible OLED display.
The Note 3 is likely to come with support for the LTE-A feature (LTE Advanced). The LTE-Advanced is capable of offering two times faster data speeds compared to the current 4G LTE networks. If the horde of news reports are to be believed, then the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 could come powered by 3GB RAM. This would mean we can expect enhanced speeds for multi-tasking and also quick stylus usage. For added performance, it is rumoured that the Note 3 will use the enhanced version of the Exynos 5 Octa chip that Samsung has been working on.
Samsung may employ a 13MP rear camera on the Galaxy Note 3, similar to the one seen on its Galaxy S4. It is also rumoured to come with a xenon flash. The launch of the Note 3 could also mark the debut of the S Orb feature. This camera feature lets users take pictures of everything around them and stitch them up into one big spherical panorama.
The event will be taking place just a couple of days before IFA 2013.