Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Renders Surface with Price Details
Like we have become used to by now, a few renders of the new iteration of Samsung’s phablet line have been leaked to the public. Unconfirmed renders floating around aren’t exactly a novelty but determining whether or not a render is real can be tricky. This time it appears the renders are real, given the fact that we’ve already seen leaked front panels and frames which match up pretty well to these images.
According to these renders we will receive a thin and more rectangular shape with a smaller bezel, which means the device might get an ever larger screen without growing too much, which is always welcome for this type of machinery.
If you take a look at the images below you might notice it is looking very similar to some Apple devices, which is a risky move for Samsung considering the lawsuit they lost and the huge fine that followed.
Having said that, if the alleged pricetag for Russia is used for the rest of the world as well, Samsung might be able to pay that fine easily if this unit sells good enough: The price for Russia is said to be 29 900 rubles, or around and about 900 dollars. Considering Russia is a pretty expensive market, this will probably translate to 700 dollars for the US and the rest of the world so don’t worry, you won’t have to use your credit card to the limit in order to afford this combination between a phone and a tablet.
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