Samsung Galaxy Note III Rumored with 8-core Processor and 6.3-inch Screen

Samsung GALAXY Note III Leaked with 8-core Processor and 6.3-inch Screen After Samsung introduced Exynos 5 Octa chip at CES 2013, from the report of Korea Times, Samsung GALAXY Note III is rumored to have a 6.3 inch screen (vs. its 5.5-inch screen predecessor) with 8-core processor, which is expected to be launched later of this year. This chipset combines 4 high-performance cores with 4 low-performance cores. However, only one set of four cores can be active at one time, so this isn’t a ‘true’ octa-core CPU. If these specs prove true, the Samsung GALAXY Note III will be a little larger than the 6.1 inch Huawei Ascend Mate and could further blur the line that separates a tablet from a smartphone. The time of their hybrid (phablet) may be coming. Furthermore, the report also revealed that Samsung is seeking to expand its business with Chinese smartphone makers such as ZTE and Huawei. “…We have introduced the Exynos 5 Octa to appeal to Chinese clients and diversify our client base in China with better pricing and output commitment,'' said a senior-level Samsung executive at CES. “…Yes, we were approached by Samsung. If the firm offers favorable conditions, there's no reason to deny the new business,'' said a Huawei official. It’s obvious that Samsung aims to minimize its reliance on Apple and offset the rising risks of losing some business from Apple in key areas including mobile processors, that power and control computing systems since Apple was reportedly to get rid of Samsung as chip supplier.


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