Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite seemingly confirmed to carry a 720p display

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite seemingly confirmed to carry a 720p display
Much about the supposed Lite version of the Galaxy Note 3 has been veiled in mystery, despite the fact that we've been hearing about it for a pretty long time now. As the name would suggest, the Lite model will be a stripped down Note 3 with less impressive specs, but a lower price, too. We're told that Samsung is readying an official announcement come February and the MWC2014, and while nothing can be labeled confirmed until then, we do have a few nuggets of intel already, some more reliable than others.

As with any device that goes through any kind of certification, a trail is left behind. In this case, we have the user agent profile (UAProf) of a device codenamed SM-N750 – a device most consider to be the non-LTE model of the upcoming Galaxy Note 3 Lite. According to the new information, the SM-N750 will sport a 720p display (likely LCD, not AMOLED), though we can't tell whether it'll keep the same spacious 5.7-inch display as the Note 3. The only other piece of information that one can gather is that at the time of the certification, the SM-N750 ran Android 4.3 Jelly Bean instead of Android 4.4 KitKat. Be that as it may, there's still plenty of time for this to change, so it's not out of the question that the upcoming phablet may launch with the latest flavor of Google's OS out of the box.

source: WAP via SamMobile

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