The first official press images of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo have appeared online. The images reveal the full design of the handset, but there’s still been no official announcement from Samsung that the handset is coming. The handset is ready to appear for pre-order in Belgium and the site is all set to go according to an inside source which spoke to SamMobile.
To pre-order the device it’ll cost €599 which’ll be about £495 in the UK. Quite steep but still cheaper than the Galaxy Note 3’s original launch price.
In terms of specifications, it’s going to be slightly lower-grade than the Galaxy Note 3 with a 5.55-inch 720p Super AMOLED display, a new Exynos chipset with a hexa-core CPU and 2GB of RAM. There’s also an 8MP rear camera, 16GB of internal memory alongside a hefty 3100mAh battery.
Android 4.3 comes as standard and all the S-Pen features which accompany the Note 3 will come along too, including Air Command Action Memo, S Finder, Pen Window, S Note, Multi Window, Scapbook and Screen Write.
Now all we have to do is wait for an official announcement from Samsung, it’s believed the handset will be released by the end of March. Leaks are beginning to come thick and fast and the company is clearly prepping to announce the Note 3 Neo. It’s unlikely we’ll have to wait until Mobile World Congress 2014 so expect an announcement incoming before then, although we’ll almost certainly be able to get hands on with it in Barcelona.