Rumours are circulating about the Galaxy S4 ahead of the looming Samsung Unpacked event on March 14th, but speculation has now turned to the Galaxy Note 3.
The South Korean manufacturer is planning to release this mobile phone-cum-tablet device by the end of the year, according to the Korea Times.
While the second-generation device sports a 5.5-inch display, its successor could have a huge 5.9-inch screen.
Users will therefore be able to enjoy additional space for watching videos, playing games and browsing the web.
The Galaxy Note 2 runs Android Jelly Bean, but if the updated Key Lime Pie platform is launched at Google I/O as rumoured, this software could be included on the new handset.
Speculation also suggests that the phablet will feature an eight-core processor, because Samsung unveiled the Exynos 5 Octa at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2013.
Posted by Samantha Green