Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 3 will reportedly start shipping from September, the same month the device is announced.
Samsung has earlier confirmed via Twitter that its Unpacked event is scheduled to be held in Berlin on 4 September, at 19:00 CEST/13:00 EDT. Company's second flagship smartphone, the Note 3 is likely to be announced at the event.
According to a latest disclosure by Sammobile, the shipment of the third generation Galaxy Note will begin in the same month the device is unveiled. Besides, company's first smartwatch, dubbed as Galaxy Gear, which is expected to be announced along with the Note 3, will reportedly arrive in the market in October.
The information comes from an unnamed source, who claims that the Note 3 will begin shipping from week 36 (2 to 8 September) whereas the smartwatch will be shipped sometime around week 40 (30 September to 6 October). Although, there might be delay for a week or two, which is depending on the market.
Moreover, Samsung is said to have dropped the 16GB variant of the Note 3. This again indicated that Note 3 is expected to ship with storage space starting from 32GB.
In related news, the Galaxy Note 3 has been rumoured to use both Exynos 5420 and Snapdragon 800 processor, which is depending on the market where it will go on sale. The device is also expected to be available in two variants in terms of connectivity: 3G and LTE version with model numbers SM-N900 and SM-N9005 respectively.
The 3G version of Note 3 is expected to use Exynos 5420 chip featuring an octa-core processor clocked at 1.8GHz, while paired with ARM Mali-T628 MP6 graphics unit.
The LTE version of Note 3 will use Snapdragon 800 (MSM8974) chip featuring a quad-core processor, with each running at clock speed up to 2.3GHz, paired with Adreno 330 graphics unit. Both the variants will pack 3GB of RAM.
The Note 3 is speculated to come in a dual-SIM variant, dubbed as Galaxy Note 3 DUOS bearing model number SM-N9002, which is for China only.