Samsung Galaxy Note 3 rumored with 3GB RAM



Samsung’s forthcoming Galaxy Note 3 will be among the first smartphones in the world to feature 3GB RAM, according to new reports. Korean newspaper, The Korea Economic Daily tells us the Galaxy Note 3 will have 3GB RAM, a rumor we’ve heard a time or two in the past.

As the next, next big thing, the Galaxy Note 2 successor has been tied to a myriad of rumors, including a flexible display, Android 4.3, and a quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor.

If history proves to be an accurate marker, we might look for multiple processor and/or display options for users in different markets. Some, for example, could see the Qualcomm CPU while others get Samsung’s own Octa-Core Exynos chipset.

Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy Note 3 at IFA 2013 in Berlin at a Samsung Unpacked event.

Korea Economic Daily (translate)


  1. That’s all well and good, but if it still comes with a measly 16GB internal storage, I would not upgrade. The S4 turned me off by having only 8GB available to users in their 16GB internal.

    • for most people 16 GB (8-9 actual) internal storage capacity is by far enough. Save pictures and music on sd card. and 8-9 GB should be enough. If you still run out of space because you fill you internal capacity with apps, uninstall some. You probably don’t use all apps at all times, and if you miss an app, download it again.

  2. pretty interesting, I hated my iPhone. absolutely drove me nuts. After 3 months the s4 is pretty nice. A few minor annoyances but no where near what I had on ios. there’s just no way I could ever go back to an iPhone