The Note 3 Lite Becomes the Note 3 Neo and Offers Hexa-Core Processing?
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite becomes the Note 3 Neo. For some time now details surrounding Samsung’s plan to introduce a new variation of the Note 3 have been lingering around the interwebs. The initial rumor suggested the Note 3 Lite would essentially be a watered down variation of the Note 3. While the speculation surrounding the device may have changed a bit, it seems just about set in stone Samsung will be launching a new Note in the near future. So what’s different? Well the Note 3 Lite has become the Note 3 Neo and is said to come with the first of its kind hexa-core processor.
Over the past few days some leaky details surrounding Samsung’s plans for the future have made their way into the headlines. Yesterday an internal Samsung document was leaked into public eye and branded the Note 3 Lite as the Note 3 Neo. The information also goes on to expose the devices spec sheet and it is quite impressive. When all is said and done however the Note 3 Neo is turning out to be a repackaged Note 2. The Note 3 Neo will use the Note 2’s 5.5 inch 720p HD Super AMOLED touch screen and will come with the same cameras, the same connectivity but will get a bump from USB 2.0 to USB 3.0. The big news however is the Note 3 Neo will be equipped with the world’s first mobile hexa-core processor. The details of who made the processor and how exactly it works seem to still be unanswered however according to the spec sheet it will house a 1.7 GHz dual core processor that will be paired with a quad-core 1.3 GHz processor. Just one short day after the spec sheet leak a picture of the Note 3 Neo appeared on the web sitting pretty next to the original Note 3. Anyone interested?
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