It was last week we got a good look at the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo, a special “lite” variant of the Note 3 Samsung has yet to make official. As evidenced by the leaked images, the Note 3 Neo still follow Samsung’s current design language (complete with faux-leather battery cover), but features specs more in tune with the Galaxy Note 2 than anything else.
If you needed further proof the device is nearing its release, look no further than a recently uncovered FCC filing approving the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo (SM-N7505) for certification. The FCC docs don’t confirm much, just LTE and a couple of schematics that might have come in handy had the device remained hidden.
Rumored specs for the Galaxy Note 3 Neo include a hexa-core processor capable of firing on all 6 cylinders simultaneously (2 cores clocked at 1.7GHz, and 4 at 1.3GHz), 5.55-inch 720p SAMOLED display, 8MP camera, 2GB RAM/16GB storage, 3,100mAh battery, S Pen, and all running on Android 4.3 Jelly Beans. With LTE now confirmed, we can expect this big fella to be announced stateside in the coming days/weeks.
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