The successor to Samsung’s all conquering Galaxy Note III phablet could be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core CPU if a report by Korean MK News is to be believed. Previously we reported that the device could be powered by the new Exynos 5 Octa CPU. That said, we think that mature LTE markets could see the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 based model while Asian countries like India would likely see an Exynos processor based model. Also Read - LG G3 mini details leak online, features a 720p display and 8-megapixel camera
Notably, the Snapdragon 800 CPU will support LTE-A standard that is much faster than standard 4G connectivity. In addition to this, the phablet is said to sport a 5.7-inch display. Prior to this reports suggested a 5.99-inch display, but looks like Samsung might not increase the screen size by a lot. From the original Galaxy Note Samsung increased the size by 0.2-inches on the Galaxy Note II and another 0.2-inch screen bump would achieve the 5.7-inch mark. Obviously, we totally expect a 1080p AMOLED screen like most Samsung products. Also Read - Details on BlackBerry’s next smartphone revealed, but they probably don’t matter
There is also talk about 3GB of RAM and the product could be unveiled on September 4. It will be likely powered by Android 4.3 which was only announced a couple days back.