Galaxy Note 3 Lite UAprof reveals 720p screen

02 January, 2014 | Comments (22) | Post your comment

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite leaks continue as its alleged launch date approaches – the more affordable phablet is supposedly already being made in the factories and the LTE version will launch in Week 12 this year (that's mid-March).

The User Agent profile for the N750 has leaked giving us some more concrete details about the device. The screen will have 720p resolution (earlier rumors point to 5.5-5.7" LCD) and the phablet will run Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.

Keep in mind that the rumored model numbers for the Note 3 Lite are N7500 for the 3G version and N7505 for the LTE version. N750 is either a collective name for both (UAprofs don't show things like LTE) or it refers to the 3G version. Either way, the screen specs and OS version should be the same for both devices.

CES starts next week and MWC a month after that and there's always the possibility of a dedicated Unpacked event from Samsung to officially unveil the Galaxy Note 3 Lite.

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Galaxy Note 3 Lite UAprof reveals 720p screen - reader comments

  • naraby

One Word...Lumia 1320

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  • 2014-01-03 11:13
  • pWwI
  • Anonymous

Would prefer a smaller screen. May as well just get the current note 3 otherwise. Why don't other manufacturers give us stylus options ?

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  • 2014-01-03 05:28
  • sFpY
  • Anonymous

You hit it on the spot. That said, 720p is kind of a fail these days.

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  • 2014-01-02 21:37
  • RYfI