Back in September, we had reported about Samsung’s plans of launching a cheaper variant of its Galaxy Note 3 and now we have some information regarding it. SamMobile cites an anonymous source who has all but confirmed the existence of the Galaxy Note 3 Lite, which is likely to be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress 2014 along with the Galaxy Grand Lite.
Unlike the Galaxy Grand Lite though, there is hardly any information regarding the cheaper Galaxy Note 3. From what we know so far, Samsung will tone down the phablet’s premium-ness and is likely to replace the Super AMOLED display with an LCD display. Additionally, it is also likely to swap the 13-megapixel rear camera with an 8-megapixel camera and reduce the size of the display from 5.7-inches to 5.5-inches. It will be offered in black and white color variants.
As mentioned earlier, Samsung generally tends to unveil its lineup of devices a couple of weeks before MWC and hence the fifth week of 2014 is when the device is more likely to be unveiled.