There are rumors circulating all over the internet about Samsung working on a “Lite” version of its flagship phablet, The Galaxy Note 3, along with a bunch of other devices. The alleged handset is rumored to see the daylight at the Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona, Spain, which will take place from February 24-27th.
The details about the so-called Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite are scarce, and we don’t actually know the differences it will carry when compared with the original Samsung Galaxy Note 3. However, according to a new rumor, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite with model number SM-N750 — the non-LTE version — is expected to come with a 720p resolution, based on an entry in the user agent profile (UAProf). Well, that’s a decent downgrade as it’s big sibling comes with an impressive 1080p display.
The only other specification that can be found in the user agent profile is the Android software version — it shows that the alleged Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite will feature Android 4.3 pre-installed out of the box. Although we were hoping that Samsung will at least release it with Android 4.4 KitKat on board as it’s the latest Android version, which is making its way to many flagship devices.
Other rumored differences include a downgraded camera, or maybe less RAM compared to the original handset. But, don’t be too disappointed as it’s just a rumor and the original Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite could be totally different. So, a pinch of salt is required for this rumor.
We’ll update you as soon as more information comes up about the purported handset.