Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite will display 720p

Posted on Jan 2 2014 - 1:35pm by Huzoor Bux

That he is coming is long and wide clear: the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite . The only question is how this will be a ‘lite’ version of the great but expensive Galaxy Note 3 . A number of options previously mentioned are the use of a smaller LCD screen, and a camera with a lower resolution. The user agent profile of a device with the product SM-N750 – probably the Note 3 Lite – on Samsung’s own website seems to confirm that a lower screen resolution will be the party now: 1280 by 720 pixels, the Note seems 3 Lite board to have, and no 1080p screen so.


In addition, it seems that the Note 3 Lite still runs on Android 4.3, and not yet on Android 4.4 KitKat – something that may be called as no surprise, though. An update to Android 4.4 will stand at the earliest only months after release in the planning.

Furthermore, we do not currently come to know a lot about the device – and of course there is always a chance that the information in such a user agent profile is intended to be a placeholder.

The expectation is that the Galaxy Note 3 end of February, and possibly along with the Galaxy S5 , during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona will be, then unveiled mid-March to end up in the shops.